Is Ancient History Important? — post by Michael J. Findley

Pool of Bethesda ruins_2272 Author James Emery from Douglasville, United States Wikimedia Commons What existed from the beginning, what we have heard, what we have seen with our eyes, what we observed and touched with our own hands-this is the Word of life! This life was revealed to us, and we have seen it and... Continue Reading →

He Is Risen! He is Risen Indeed!

Dr. Bobby Kelly's portrait from the Oklahoma Baptist University website. www.okbu.edu Yesterday Dr. Bobby Kelly of Oklahoma Baptist University preached at South Tulsa Baptist Church on John 21. He pointed out that after the extraordinary events of Chapter 20 -- the Resurrection and all that surrounded it, Chapter 21 is such ordinary-sounding stuff. The disciples went... Continue Reading →

A Children’s Book I Illustrated — Archibald and the Fiery Furnace — now 99 cents!

A couple of years ago I took the plunge into children's book illustrating and here is my first effort. This is a fantasy frame tale for children involves a "runt of the litter" kitty named Archibald who helps teach lessons of loyalty and the search for belonging. He travels through Bible history seeking his "forever... Continue Reading →

Dating the Ice Age Part Two: From the End of the Ice Age to the Destruction of Jerusalem by Babylon

For the Conflict of the Ages series, ancient history is the end of the Ice Age to the destruction of Jerusalem and the first temple by Babylon. The better preserved documents of Greece, Rome, China and India are Classic History for the Conflict of the Ages series. Ancient history is pieced together from millions of... Continue Reading →

The Great Thirst Book One Prepared Is Finally Here!

This story began life in 2013 as a NaNoWriMo project. Someone challenged me to put together some of the issues we cover in our nonfiction works -- History, Science, and Secular Humanism, into a contemporary fiction work. I wanted to make it an archaeological mystery. I also wanted to include public school education, but in... Continue Reading →

Chapter Twenty-three – What Do You Want from Me?

Talia dragged Keith away from the windows of a travel agency with posters of Greece and Turkey destinations. They were spending the day in the “big city” shopping and finishing up preparations for the trip. “We’re going there,” she laughed. “You don’t have to look at pictures.” “The history of these lands is like a... Continue Reading →

Completely Revised and Expanded, in print and ebook: The Conflict of the Ages, Parts 1-3

  Science, History, Literature reunited. Eyewitness testimony and the real scientific method. Read ancient manuscripts, search the world, and discover truth instead of buying into preconceptions. When did time begin? Who are the Sons of God? Did ancient Establishments of Religion construct cultural controls and make man a god? Rediscover the Worldwide Flood and the... Continue Reading →

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