In the following series of articles, I hope to describe an old Hebrew luni-solar calendar which, if understood properly, adds considerable light to our understanding of the scriptures. The modern Jewish calendar, as we now know it, is not the … Continue reading
The commonly heard claim that biblical history is unreliable is based on yesterday’s doubts. The claim has not kept pace with latest research. This is particularly true in the case of the division between the northern kingdom of Israel and … Continue reading
This post is to advise readers of the newly published ‘Scholars Edition’ of Chris Gedge’s research into a most extraordinary biblical timeline. Larger format, together with more detailed diagrams and expanded appendix articles, makes the ‘Scholars Edition’ ideal for libraries, … Continue reading
When Jesus was a teenager, eighteen years of age, an unusual coin was minted in the Roman Empire. It had two faces. On one side was the figure of Augustus and on the other was Tiberius, his adopted son.
“These nations will serve the king of Babylon seventy years. But when the seventy years are fulfilled, I will punish the king of Babylon and his nation, the land of the Babylonians, for their guilt,” declares the Lord, “and will … Continue reading
The history of the Judges bridges the time from the Exodus to the Kingdom of Israel, however, when we sum up the rule of the Judges, a problem arises. Add them all up, plus the times of oppression such as … Continue reading
It was never a mistake to trust him. To help me never fussed him – never bust him. It was never a mistake to follow. He ain’t hollow.