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news items from Associates for Biblical Research

Discussion in '2003 Archive' started by Helen, Apr 6, 2003.

  1. Helen

    Helen <img src =/Helen2.gif>

    Aug 29, 2001
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    I get this newsletter as it is published. This month's news items and links are very interesting and may interest some here:

    News Reports

    Michigan: A rare glimpse of the Dead Sea Scrolls
    Portions of the Dead Sea Scrolls, a priceless collection of biblical manuscripts about 2,000 years old, will be displayed at the Public Museum of Grand Rapids Van Andel Museum Center through June 1. http://www.cnn.com/2003/TRAVEL/DESTINATIONS/02/16/dead.sea.scrolls.ap/index.html

    Not a shard of truth
    Sensational claims have been made about bones found in Qumran, but no, this is not John the Baptist, say the heads of the dig.

    Accident of Nature or Intelligent Design?
    A two day conference sponsored by IBRI will be held March 28 - 29, 2003 at the Clemens Theater, Longacre Center, Christopher Dock Mennonite HS, Lansdale, PA. One of the featured speakers will be Dr. Michael Behe.

    Trouble in the Holy Land
    Arab vandals desecrate Joseph's Tomb
    Gravestone of biblical patriarch ruined despite Palestinian pledge.

    Repair of Bulge in Temple Mount Wall Causing New Israeli, Palestinian Dispute

    Professor Dumped Over Evolution Beliefs
    A university professor said she was asked to resign for introducing elite students to flaws in Darwinian thought, and she now says academic freedom at her school is just a charade.
  2. rsr

    rsr <b> 7,000 posts club</b>

    Dec 11, 2001
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    Helen, (the poster being properly chastened from the above thread), there are two very disturbing items: the (continued) vandalism of Joseph's Tomb and (again, continued) controversy over the Temple Mount.

    These should be a warning to us that extremists do consider the American efforts in the Middle East in religious terms, no matter how much the Bush administration tries to reassure the Islamic nations.

    Just a musing: If bin Laden truly considered his efforts a jihad, why did he target the World Trade Center and not St. Patrick's or St. John's or the National Cathedral? Is it because he thinks that business is America's real god, or because he has no idea how important religion is to Americans?

    [ April 06, 2003, 11:52 PM: Message edited by: rsr ]