Biblical Archaeology: Philistine Cemetery

Possibly the first Philistine cemetery has been discovered at Ashkelon, Israel.  They have been excavating this known Philistine city for decades, but have just recently uncovered a burial site which could answer many questions concerning the origins and life of the Philistines, the biblical archenemy of the Israelites.  Ashkelon, was a major Philistine city in the ancient world dating from the 12th to the 7th … Continue reading Biblical Archaeology: Philistine Cemetery

Faith in America: The New Normal?

Article with Time about believing in America “Regular Christians No Longer Welcome in America.”  Mary Eberstadt, author of It’s Dangerous to Believe: Religious Freedom and Its Enemies, pens some poignant words in this article about “the faithful hav[ing to pay] unexpected prices for their beliefs.”  Mary Tedeschi Eberstadt is an American essayist, n ovelist, and author of several books of non-fiction. Her writing has appeared in magazines … Continue reading Faith in America: The New Normal?