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Jesus Was Sent to the Cities - Old Fashioned Independent Baptist Preaching Focusing on a largely ignored statement of our Lord, this message was preached on Sunday morning, June 13, 2021, by Pastor Michael D. O'Neal at Glenwood ...
Why Jesus Could Not Save Himself From the Cross The mockers at the cross blasphemed the Lord, accusing Him of being unable to save Himself from the humiliation of the cross. Explaining why this was so, this ...
David Defeats Goliath (Sunday School, 5/9/21) Goliath, the Philistine champion, challenged Saul's entire army, causing great fear. But David wasn't afraid. His faith in Israel's mighty God led him to fight Goliath ...
1985 - "Unshackled" Radio Program - Marty Angelo's "Dramatized" Testimony - 1985 1985 - Marty Angelo's "Dramatized" Testimony on Pacific Garden Mission's "Unshackled" Radio Program Using Live Actors in front of a Live Audience This ...
Making the Right Choice - KJV Independent Baptist Preaching! Using the example of Moses to emphasize the importance of making right choices, this message was preached on Sunday morning, June 28, 2020, by Pastor ...
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Update: Judge rules epic of Gilgamesh fragment belongs in Iraq.Update (July 29): Two years after federal officials seized the artifact, a judge ordered Hobby Lobby to officially forfeit a rare clay tablet containing a portion of the epic of Gilgamesh. The tablet will be returned to Iraq.The Bible Museum, which was founded by Hobby Lobby owner and Bible collector Steve Green, has supported efforts to send the item back to its country of origin.The ancient Mesopotamian text was purchased from Christie’s auction house in 2014 before being put on display in Washington D.C. in 2017. Hobby Lobby is now suing Christie’s, claiming the reputable auction house provided false information and provenance documents making it seem the tablet could be legally purchased, and was not looted during fighting in Iraq.Hobby Lobby is also returning about 11,500 other antiquities to the Iraqi and Egyptian governments due to incorrect or incomplete documentation. Green has previously said he made a mistake, when he was building a collection for the Museum of the Bible, by trusting unscrupulous dealers.-----Original post (May 21, 2020): Another ancient document is causing controversy for the Museum of the Bible after a federal government prosecutor filed a claim that a six-by-five-inch clay tablet was stolen from Iraq. The US Attorney’s Office of Eastern New York says that Hobby Lobby legally purchased the Gilgamesh Dream Tablet for $1.6 million to loan to the museum, but the papers documenting the artifact’s purchase history were false.“In this case, a major auction house failed to meet its obligations by minimizing its concerns that the provenance of an important Iraqi artifact was fabricated, and withheld from the buyer information that undermined the provenance’s reliability," ...Continue reading...
Update: Judge rules epic of Gilgamesh fragment belongs in Iraq.Update (July 29): Two years after federal officials seized the artifact, a judge ordered Hobby Lobby to officially forfeit a rare clay tablet containing a portion of the epic of Gilgamesh. The tablet will be returned to Iraq.The Bible Museum, which was founded by Hobby Lobby owner and Bible collector Steve Green, has supported efforts to send the item back to its country of origin.The ancient Mesopotamian text was purchased from Christie’s auction house in 2014 before being put on display in Washington D.C. in 2017. Hobby Lobby is now suing Christie’s, claiming the reputable auction house provided false information and provenance documents making it seem the tablet could be legally purchased, and was not looted during fighting in Iraq.Hobby Lobby is also returning about 11,500 other antiquities to the Iraqi and Egyptian governments due to incorrect or incomplete documentation. Green has previously said he made a mistake, when he was building a collection for the Museum of the Bible, by trusting unscrupulous dealers.-----Original post (May 21, 2020): Another ancient document is causing controversy for the Museum of the Bible after a federal government prosecutor filed a claim that a six-by-five-inch clay tablet was stolen from Iraq. The US Attorney’s Office of Eastern New York says that Hobby Lobby legally purchased the Gilgamesh Dream Tablet for $1.6 million to loan to the museum, but the papers documenting the artifact’s purchase history were false.“In this case, a major auction house failed to meet its obligations by minimizing its concerns that the provenance of an important Iraqi artifact was fabricated, and withheld from the buyer information that undermined the provenance’s reliability," ...Continue reading...
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By B.N. Frank Over the years, California utilities have come under major scrutiny for causing wildfires (see 1, 2, 3, 4), installing dangerous, expensive, and...California to Pay Off $2B of Utilities Debt to Avoid Shutoffs Though Not Extending Shutoff Moratoria
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