Neal Pollard Sostratos the Cnidian built this world-famous lighthouse in 297 B.C., located on the coast of the island of Pharos (Negev, The Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land, Rev., 1986: 27). It made the Greek poet Sopater's list of the original seven wonders of the world. Examined with the other six, this lighthouse seems … Continue reading “THE LIGHTHOUSE OF ALEXANDRIA”

An Aggressive Agenda

Neal Pollard They use every opportunity to make it a part of the conversation.  It is as if they have a one-track mind.  However they can promote their cause, they do.  They will not quit until they convince you that what they believe is right and that you should accept it, too.  They are bold … Continue reading An Aggressive Agenda


Neal Pollard Pythagoras is said to have been the earliest outside of Scripture (Isa. 40:22) to contend that the earth is round. He did not make the earth round with his assertions, but identified what already was.  Sir Isaac Newton certainly did not create gravity, but he is credited for our modern understanding of it.  … Continue reading SOLA SCRIPTURA?


Neal Pollard These are far from comprehensive, but they form a sample of Jesus' vast wisdom: "Come to Me and I will give you rest" (Mat. 11:28-30) "Give and it will be given to You" (Luke 6:38) "Seek the Kingdom first and all these things will be added to you" (Mat. 6:33) "Whoever desires to … Continue reading TIPS FROM JESUS