Immaculate Conception

http://hubpages.com/hub/Immaculate-Conception

Mentioning a Book to Read

I’m reading Herodian Messiah by Joseph J. Raymond and I like it.

Steefen, author of
The Greatest Bible Study in Historical Accuracy
Insights on the Exodus, King David, and Jesus
Water Bearing Fish, Part I

Important: re: Search for the Historical St. Paul

http://www.depts.drew.edu/jhc/eysingsp.html

Review of Jesus, Interrupted by Bart Ehrman

http://hubpages.com/hub/Jesus-Interrupted-by-Bart-Ehrman-Review

Insights – Kindle Version

I’ve replaced the November 28th, 2010 manuscript with the January 25th, 2011 manuscript of Insights on the Exodus, King David, and Jesus by Steefen.

“Insights” submitted for North Texas Book Festival

Mailed my North TX Book Festival entry for delivery b4 the deadline. My entry was Insights on the Exodus, King David, and Jesus (also includes Adam & Eve and the 23rd Psalm / Psalm 23).

Jesus or Simon Peter

For readers of my books and blog

http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2010/12/david-and-solomon/draper-text

A Reason for “Post-Christianity”

Last night on Charlie Rose, his guest said GDP was once tied to population, then productivity (UK: industrialization and US: computerization); now, we’re back to population. China and India lead. (This is one reason why some see a post-Christianity age at the world power level.) ´╗┐With China at 1.34 billion people, India at 1.19 billion people, the U.S. at 310 million, Indonesia at 237 million, Brazil at 190 million, you’re really not a player until your population is three quarters of a billion. Maybe this is why the Pope is against contraception. The Euro better not fall apart.

Attended an ARCE lecture Fri. 10/29/10, 7:30p

Just got back from SMU Foundren Hall where there was a lecture given by Barry Kemp hosted by the Am. Research Center in Egypt.