Is the Bible Corrupted? (What to Make of Transmission Errors)

HAS JESUS BEEN JESUS MISQUOTED? Early church librarian, Pamphilus of Caesarea, in the mid-200s, would make copies of Scripture and “correct the manuscripts of the Bible.” Even back then, there was a godly reverence for correctly copying Scripture. In spite of that, many documents have come to us “corrupted,” or changed in one way or another. In fact, […]

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Sarabi Dog of Alexander: Mystery and Fact

What is the connection between Alexander, the Persian Mastiff (Sarabi dog), and the Turkish Kangal? Where did the dog come from? Which breed was Alexander’s dog? This article explores this mystery in depth. The Sarabi dog is featured in the novel TRUNK OF SCROLLS: A FAMILY ADVENTURE. Those who love either the Persian Mastiff or […]

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Healthy For Life: News Report

My high school daughters produced this amazing video for their Nutrition Class. I hope you enjoy it, and learn some healthy-living facts along the way. With much appreciation to Dr. David Perlmutter, whose work was a significant part of their research.

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1290 Days

What would you do if you knew you only had 7 years left to live? What would you do if you knew the world had only 7 years left? I am not Chicken Little. I shy away from any kind of “end times” prophecy like I would the Tar Baby. A few months ago, and […]

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3 Crucial Principles for Student Online Research

1.  All students and parents should have a content filter/accountability system.  Our family’s favorite is Covenant Eyes which allows for age-appropriate content filtering. The program also saves a searchable record of all internet activity. We all get pulled astray. It’s a fact of nature, and accountability is a strong method to counter our nature.  Covenant Eyes […]

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7 Sources for Primary Document Research

Research Guide Instead of looking for primary source documents with a random Google Search, start with actual history sites! What to do: Let’s say you have the prompt:  “What were the three most significant causes of the Fall of Rome“ 1. Plan your search. Before finding primary documents, you need to know WHAT you are looking […]

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