The Epic of Gilgamesh

Translator: Benjamin R. Foster Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company Among the lessor known epics of our world is a piece called the Epic of Gilgamesh or simply Gilgamesh. It is also considered the oldest epic ever found, although the Atrahasis and Enuma Elis are next up. Despite its age and origin, this epic still provides new insights today. The …

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Defending the Faith: Early Man after Babel

Although the Scriptures are clear that God created man on the sixth day of creation and all of mankind came from Adam and Eve, many Christians seem to have been confused and persuaded by the teachings of man to believe otherwise. Most people have probably heard of Australopithecus Afarensis, better known as the "Lucy" fossil. Some have heard …

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Researcher’s “Block”

Most people have probably heard of writer's block. This comes in a variety of forms: interruption, lack of focus, multiple projects, too many ideas, or procrastination. I personally find the final one the common definition for most college students. As a writer, I stumble into the mind of writer's block from time to time, which …

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The Legacy of Ham

In the past month, I have managed to finish my section of Japheth and have since moved onto the one for Ham. Despite what many seem to think, the Scriptures are far from negative or ignorant towards the descendants of Ham. In fact, so far I have come across over 700 references to him and …

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