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Pool of Siloam

Pool of Siloam

“When He had said this, He spat on the ground, and made clay of the spittle, and applied the clay to his eyes, and said to him, “Go, wash in the pool of Siloam “. So he went away and washed, and came back seeing.” John 9:6,7 The Pool of Siloam is also called the Pool...

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Son of God in Dead Sea Scrolls

Son of God in Dead Sea Scrolls

There are a lot of mysteries in archaeology. An intriguing one comes from the Dead Sea Scrolls. Whatever interpretation one gives to this evidence, this scroll shows that the term “SON of GOD” was already associated with the prophecy of the Messiah in Israel and early...

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Return to Armageddon

Return to Armageddon

“Then they gathered the kings together to the place that in Hebrew is called Armageddon.” Revelation 16:16 (NIV) Armageddon, my home away from home. No kidding. Armageddon literally means “The Mount of Megiddo” and is an ancient hill in northern Israel. It is a...

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A Secret Treasure in Jerusalem

A Secret Treasure in Jerusalem

Notes from my first visit to the City of David in Jerusalem after I found Messiah. Hidden away a few meters above the Gihon Spring in Jerusalem is perhaps the greatest discovery ever found in Israel. Strangely, not many people know about it. It is older and more...

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What is Archaeology?

What is Archaeology?

Archaeology is the study of material things. Material stuff. People’s old stuff. The physical remains of human beings and of the physical world. That is, in archaeology you only see the material things of humans, for example: houses, cities, palaces, pots, etc. In...

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