Monthly Archives: April 2016

The Cultural Context of Genesis

Just by chance, I stumbled upon a cool insight into the study of the Bible in a secular light. The Genesis narrative is well known to many being in a Judaeo-Christian society and tells how the world came into being. … Continue reading

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Christianity, Judaism, and Islam: Secret Factoids From Their Earliest Histories :)

Christianity, Judaism and Islam are the world’s three largest religions, and are known as Abrahamic religions due to the fact they all believe they stem from Abraham, a figure in all of their narratives. Today, they all take on different … Continue reading

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The Manners and Customs of Modern Egyptians

Many have heard of T. E. Lawrence, and maybe some of you out there have heard of Gertrude Bell, but I bet you didn’t know that there was a Middle Eastern researcher that came almost century before either of them! … Continue reading

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