Old Arad and Widespread literacy in Judah in 600 BCE

Looking at the texts of the Hebrew Scriptures they demand a certain knowledge of reading capacity. We did not have to wait for the new Tel Aviv University study published on April the 12th in PNAS to know that widespread literacy was required for going through the books of Moses and the Prophets. With the new […]

Naamsverandering voor het behoud van vrede

Oorspronkelijk op Oct 10, ’11 op het Bijbelvorsers Multiply platform gepubliceerd (dat nu niet meer bestaat) In de 19° eeuw kwam er een beweging op gang die het nodig vond om terug naar de basis waarden en basis leer van wat gangbaar was toen de zoon van God op aarde was en het Goede Nieuws […]

Bijbelvorser looking for ways to reach others

As a child I grew up in a very protected environment and was brought up with the Catholic Faith, like most children in Belgium. My interest was to have fun with my brothers, sisters, friends and comrades. Out of the daily prayers and Catechism readings my mind was not so much by God. I learned […]

Bible in the first place #3/3

Following a Master teacher or human scholar? Men’s words Archaeologist Sir Charles Marston in his book ‘The Bible Is True’  said, we are too quick to “accept without a murmur many of the speculations of modern writers” who attacked the integrity of the Bible. This is still be true today. It would be foolish​—if not […]