Sardinia and Isaiah

In modern days, Sardinia is best known from the writer D. H. Lawrence who penned this quote about it"They say neither Romans Phoenicians Greeks, nor Arabs eer subdued Sardinia. It lies outside; outside the circuit of civilisation".Geography makes Sardinia close to everyone that Lawrence mentions: It lies 120 miles (200 km) west of the mainland … Continue reading Sardinia and Isaiah

Ichana-Kalan and Noah’s son Shem

Ichan-Kala is a fortress  that encloses  the royal court at Khiva and was was built in the 12th Century AD and but the town itself, Kiva,  was supposedly founded originally by Shem, son of Noah and became a major stop on The Silk Road for the slave trade..   It is now in Uzbekistan part … Continue reading Ichana-Kalan and Noah’s son Shem

The Scientific Case for Faith

ByERIC METAXASChristmas Day 2014 4:56 p.m. ETIn 1966 Time magazine ran a cover story asking: Is God Dead? The New York Times had done it the Christmas Day,  a year earlier, pronouncing that God WAS Dead.Yet it turns out that the rumors of God’s death were premature. More amazing is that the relatively recent case … Continue reading The Scientific Case for Faith