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11-Year-Old Girl Discovers Ancient Shekel Coin Believed to Have Been Minted on the Temple Mount

An 11-year-old girl in Jerusalem uncovered a silver shekel coin that archeologists believe could have been minted by a priest in the Temple Mount 2,000 years ago.

John MacArthur's Church Wins $800,000 Settlement with City, State in Major Religious Liberty Case

Los Angeles County and the state of California have agreed to pay $800,000 in attorney's fees to John MacArthur's church after the congregation prevailed in multiple courts over the issue of COVID-19 restrictions.

The Current State of Christians in Afghanistan

The world is watching in horror as the Taliban reemerges to take over the nation of Afghanistan. In the midst of the onslaught, the Afghan church — a fledgling body 20 years ago — faces intense persecution as the Taliban promises Sharia Law in the new Afghanistan.

Christian Organization in Haiti Calls for Prayer as Death Toll Tops 2,100

A Christian nonprofit organization based in Haiti is urging people worldwide to pray for the nation’s recovery following a massive 7.2 magnitude earthquake that struck last Saturday near Les Cayes.

Mud experiments overturn long-held geological beliefs

New research presented in Science magazine documents how, contrary to conventional wisdom, mud can deposit from rapidly flowing water.1 These findings cut across beliefs held by geologists for over a century and signal that ‘mudstone science is poised for a paradigm shift.’2

The origin of meteorite chondrules

Figure 1. A 4.6 x 3.8 cm cross section of the Gujba meteorite found in Nigeria showing abundant chondrules (white spheres)

Happy Feast of the Transfiguration!

Happy Feast of the Transfiguration, everyone! Since it’s Sunday, here is the Gospel of the day!

Israeli Archaeologists Uncover Evidence of Biblical Earthquake Mentioned in Amos, Zechariah

Archaeologists in Israel say they have uncovered physical evidence in Jerusalem of an earthquake referenced in the biblical books of Amos and Zechariah that struck during the divided kingdom and after the reigns of David and Solomon.