What Did The Ark Of Noah Look Like?

"The Holy Scripture cannot err, ... the decrees therein contained are absolutely true and inviolable. But I should have in your place added that, though Scripture cannot err, its expounders and interpreters are liable to err in many ways," Galileo said in a 1613 letter to Benedetto Castelli. Anyone who dismisses the possibility of the... Continue Reading →

Giants, Genetics and Original Sin

After the death of Virgil in the First Century BC, the Roman Emperor Augustus Caesar posthumously published his Aeneid. Caesar Augustus loved this book because it took the history of Rome, romanticized it and treated it as "prophecy." Virgil built on an existing legend about the founding of Rome. He expanded a story around that... Continue Reading →

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