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Biblical Archaeology: Believe the Biblical Writer or the Physical Evidence?

If, in a biblical story, the biblical writer appears to contradict the physical evidence as revealed by archaeology, then, in my humble opinion, one should tend to believe the physical evidence—the discoveries of the archaeologists—not the biblical writer. Why? Because physical … Continue reading

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Thinking about Memory: Kimberly Clark Sharp Shares Her Near Death Experience from 1970

Before watching the below video, allow me to set the scene a bit. It’s 2008 in a run-of-the-mill 1980s decor hotel conference room in Durham, North Carolina. Attached to the cream cloth wall is a light hovering like an angel … Continue reading

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Blogging UFOs: Second Hand Testimony

In my ongoing attempt to get up to speed concerning UFOs, I’m discovering not just intriguing first hand testimony of flying saucers, but also interesting second hand testimony. How much weight should such second hand testimony be given? I don’t know, … Continue reading

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French Air Force Captain J.C. Duboc: What Should We Make of His UFO Testimony?

If you’ve been following this blog over the past couple of weeks, you know that I’ve had a change of mind concerning UFOs. I’ve long thought that the whole subject of UFOs was an easy target for debunking skeptics, and so I never … Continue reading

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Thinking about UFOs

Do you think that there is any possibility that those who claim to have seen UFOs are actually encountering, well, you know, actual alien spacecraft that have come from another solar system? I know that sounds absolutely crazy to even … Continue reading

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