Mississippi River Could Jump the Tracks

June 12, 2019

Flooding on the Mississippi River is raising concerns that it could overwhelm a Corps of Engineers structure in Louisiana that keeps it from changing course with consequences that could cost hundreds of billions of dollars.

Palestinian Authority Targets Christian Archaeologist

June 11, 2019

The Supreme Court of Israel rejected a lawsuit by the Palestinian Authority to force archaeologists in Judea and Samaria to disclose the locations of their digs and the names of archaeologists working on them, potentially exposing them to threats and academic boycotts.

Best of VFTB: Archaeology, Sodom, and the Exodus

June 10, 2019

ANOTHER “ARCHAEOLOGY is cool” program tonight as we raid the archives for interviews with two archaeologists upsetting the applecart of generally accepted beliefs about the ancient Near East.

Hundreds of Migrants from Congo Dropped in San Antonio

June 10, 2019

San Antonio officials were surprised when hundreds of illegal immigrants from Congo were dropped off in their city last week with hundreds more arriving soon. Who helped them get here, and why is the US admitting migrants from a country in the middle of an Ebola outbreak?

The Nephilim are Returning

June 8, 2019

They play a key role in the final battle of the ages. This is a new take on the war of Gog and Magog. Hercules at Armageddon? Actually, yes.

Crowley’s Cauldron

June 7, 2019

One of our stops during our tour through Scotland was the site of Boleskine House, a home owned by Aleister Crowley from 1899 to 1913.

Rockets Over the Golan and Turkey Invades Iraq

June 3, 2019

Iran may be overplaying its hand by testing Israeli and American resolve. Russian president Vladimir Putin may rein in the Shia military presence in Syria to protect his military bases there.

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