Historical Evidence For The Biblical Exodus Found?

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Historical Evidence for the Exodus May Have Been Found

Archaeologists may have found historical evidence for the biblical account of the Exodus near the River Jordan.

Experts are currently analyzing ruins near the River Jordan as potential proof that the story of the Exodus, is more than a legend and indeed a historical fact.

According to U.K. Daily Express, a United Kingdom media outlet, archaeologists generally agree that the Israelites were natives of Canaan, which contradicts the account in the Biblical book of Exodus.

According to the Bible, Moses liberated the Israelites from Egypt leading them through Sinai and across the River Jordan to Canaan.

Archaeologists Ralph K. Hawkins and David Ben-Shlomo have now found some evidence in the Jordan Valley site of Khirbet el-Mastarah, which they believe are remnants of ruins from a nomadic people who they believe to be the Hebrews coming from Egypt.

On Tuesday Ben-Shlomo told U.K. Daily Express that based on his expertise…

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Cultural Crisis: Parents Now Spend More Time With Digital Screen Than With Children

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So much for Netflix and children.

We may spend twice as much time binging-watching Netflix as we do bonding with family, according to a new analysis from the Streaming Observer.

The independent news site, which covers streaming video and entertainment, was curious about how the time we spend streaming Netflix every day compared to other activities, such as spending time with family, socializing with friends and exercising. Netflix reports that its 117.58 million subscribers watch 140 million hours of content on average per day, so Streaming Observer editor-in-chief Chris Brantner divided the number of hours by the number of subscribers to find that the average user spends 1 hour and 11 minutes (or 71 minutes) each day watching Netflix.

And considering these two recent studies have suggested families only spend anywhere from 34 minutes to 37 minutes of quality, undistracted time (when they feel they “actually bond together and…

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Vatican Cardinal Describes Pope Francis As A ‘Stone-Cold, Cunning Machiavellian’, ‘Brilliant Performer’

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Der Spiegel on Pope Francis

The German progressive weekly Der Spiegel has ended its love affair with the pope, declaring that the Church’s sex abuse crisis is “increasingly about Pope Francis.”

In a stunning cover article titled “The Silence of the Shepherds,” the magazine blasts the pope for his unwillingness to answer direct questions regarding what he knew about the serial homosexual abuse by U.S. Cardinal Theodore McCarrick and when he knew it.

An August 25 report from a high-ranking Vatican official declared that the pope was aware of McCarrick’s misdeeds at least as early as 2013—since the official personally informed him—and yet lifted sanctions against McCarrick that Pope Benedict had imposed and employed him as a consultant in naming new American bishops.

Yet when journalists asked the pope whether these allegations were true, and when indeed he had learned the facts about McCarrick, the pope neither confirmed nor denied the report, preferring instead the…

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‘Arch Of Baal’ Erected In Washington Days Ago, Just Before Congressional Testimonies

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Is it just a coincidence that the “Arch of Baal” has been erected in Washington D.C. on the exact same week that Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford are testifying before Congress?  The future of the U.S. Supreme Court is literally hanging in the balance, and many believe that it is quite odd that this ancient pagan symbol has been put up at this precise moment in time.  According to the official website of the Institute for Digital Archaeology, the Arch of Palmyra was unveiled on the National Mall on September 26th, and it will remain there until September 29th.  You can view a photograph of the arch standing directly in front of the U.S. Capitol building right here.  Just one day after this arch was put up, Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford testified before Congress.  Perhaps this is all just a “giant coincidence”, but things of…

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Former Google Employee Warns Of ‘Disturbing’ Plans In China

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Google event in Shanghai

A former Google employee has warned of the firm’s “disturbing” plans in China, in a letter to US lawmakers.

Jack Poulson, who had been a senior researcher at the company until resigning in August, wrote that he was fearful of Google’s ambitions.

His letter alleges Google’s work on a Chinese product – codenamed Dragonfly – would aid Beijing’s efforts to censor and monitor its citizens online.

Google has said its work in China to date has been “exploratory”.

Ben Gomes, Google’s head of search, told the BBC earlier this week: “Right now all we’ve done is some exploration, but since we don’t have any plans to launch something there’s nothing much I can say about it.”

A report by news site The Intercept last week alleged Google had demanded employees delete an internal memo that discussed the plans.

Google has not commented on the staff row, but said: “We’ve been…

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Another Step Towards The Magog Scenario As Russia Raises Tensions With Israel

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The announcement by Russia on Monday to transfer its advanced S-300 air-defense system to the Syrian government within two weeks is a disturbing yet surmountable challenge to Israel.
In a move that can only be interpreted as an intended punishment against Israel, Russia’s Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said Moscow would transfer the system, as well as electronic warfare systems, to Syria’s air-defense units, arming them with advanced weapons to use against the Israeli Air Force (IAF).
The move comes as a response to the downing of a Russian intelligence-gathering aircraft last week, which was shot out of the sky by Syrian air-defense units that fired recklessly while trying to hit Israeli jets. The IAF had struck an Iranian shipment of manufacturing kits for precision missiles, which Iran was planning to smuggle to Hezbollah in Lebanon.
A number of initial conclusions can be drawn from Russia’s announcement.
The first is that…

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Archaeologists Discover King David’s City ‘Exactly Where The Bible Said It Was’

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A team of Israeli archaeologists has found King David's city "exactly where the Bible said it was," in present-day Israel.The Holy Bible has been questioned and discredited as a credible historical source for centuries, however a leading Israeli professor has literally stumbled upon a groundbreaking discovery that he believes will rewrite the history books and prove the Bible is a historically accurate document.

Professor Avraham Faust and his colleagues from from Bar-Ilan University believe they may have discovered something that, along with other archaeological finds, proves the historical accuracy of God’s Word and the existence of King David.

They have found a site at Tel ‘Eton in a valley near the Hebron hills of Israel that Biblical scholars claims to be the “exact location” of the Biblical city of Eglon, more famously known as King David’s city.

Western Journal reports:

Eglon was one of the five cities overtaken by Joshua and later listed as a part of Judah’s inheritance.

In Joshua 10, the king of Eglon is one…

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Former Head Of Google China Warns About AI Crisis, And The Future Of Human Souls

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Left, cover of the book AI Superpowers: China, Silicon Valley, and the New World Order; Right, Kai-Fu Lee

When the former president of Google China talks about artificial intelligence and its potential to cause global upheaval, people listen. His hope is that enough people will listen to avert catastrophic disruption on three different scales: to the global balance of power, to national economies, and to human beings’ delicate souls.

Kai-Fu Lee has been fascinated by AI since he was an eager computer science student applying to Carnegie Mellon University’s PhD program; his admission essay extolled the promise of AI, which he called “the quantification of the human thinking process.” His studies led him to executive positions in Apple, Microsoft, and Google China, before his 2009 founding of Sinovation Ventures, a venture capital firm focusing on high-tech companies in China.

His new book, AI Superpowers: China, Silicon Valley, and the New World Order, is something of a bait and switch. The first half explores the diverging AI…

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