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6155I do too, Stan. I get so much out of the Bible everytime I read it, which is eveCarolyn1Monday
6154The Bible was for a long time the most widely-quoted and referenced book in the Stan5Monday
6153Thanks for the thoughtful reply. Always appreciate your posts. You know more aisopatch1Monday
6152That in turn plays into questions which arise from those who insist "the woStan3Monday
6151Depends upon how we measure time. Only way to avoid confusion is to study a lotisopatch-Monday
6150Yes, it's a weak spot with me. A lot of history gets mushed together in my DMaA-Monday
6149Chronology is always tricky. What is a month, a year....? Is the calendar solisopatch-Monday
6148Roger that! ... <"Quality of an E&Ps acreage, inventory of developmeJimisJim1Monday
6147Abraham believed Mt. Moriah was a holy place, though that event happened after DMaA-Monday
6146That was drummed into me in college....))isopatch-Monday
6145Very very early on people got the idea that god, or the gods, lived somewhere inDMaA-Monday
6144Yes. That occurred to me, as well. Perhaps mountains became sacred because theisopatch-Monday
6143That was brand new to me. Very interesting. One quibble: " It is reasonaDMaA-Monday
6142I've no doubt you will. UR one of the most, careful, conscientious, analytiisopatch-Monday
6141Very cool... thx for posting... will need to digest/synthesize this into my thinJimisJim-Monday
6140Major discovery. <Origin of Greek Civilization Believed Found On Monumentaisopatch14Sunday
6139A ‘pebble’ found in NC tavern ruins was really a coded message among Colonial reTom Clarke2last Friday
6138Nice to hear another biblical site is located. David and his 600 men and their Stan-July 8
6137[tweet]FUBHO4July 8
6136Two Viking burial ships have been discovered in Sweden The find is rare becauseTom Clarke2July 5
6135Lord Byron at Sounion [graphic] Byron's grafitti is on the outside (the clTom Clarke1July 2
6134I don't think pure tin would have been of much use to the ancients. ExceptDMaA-July 2
6133And I didn't know tin was so hard to find and process, I looked it up. ARSalanrs-July 2
6132I'm from the Mesabi Iron range.DMaA-July 2
6131We seem to not be communicating, so I will just drop this line. Meanwhile I wouValuepro-July 2
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