Daily Archives: May 24, 2011

Noah’s Ark – introduction

Noah's Ark. Does Michael Gungor mean to call this a lie?

Noah’s Ark is the biggest stumbling block against a literal belief in the Bible. But the story is still real, and relevant to today.

New interest in Noah’s Ark

Two recent events have people paying attention to the story of the Global Flood and Noah’s Ark. Specifically:

  1. A State tourism development board has approved start-up tax incentives for a new theme park in Kentucky. The centerpiece of the park will be a full-sized shipwright’s concept of Noah’s Ark.
  2. A Japanese industrialist has designed a new kind of “lifeboat for the land,” that people can use to survive a tsunami. He based his design on Noah’s Ark.

Netanyahu speech shifts burden to Palestinians

Western Wall. Under a two state solution, Jews could not approach it.

After the Netanyahu speech to Congress today, the Palestinians now must prove that they want peace. And they might have proved the opposite.

The Netanyahu speech in sum

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu spoke to a joint session of Congress at 11:15 a.m. EDT today. (Full transcript.) In it he made a counter-offer to President Barack H. Obama’s earlier speeches. Obama called for Israel to withdraw to the 1949 armistice line (“the 1967 Israel borders”), subject to exchanges of land on both sides of the line. Under the Obama Israel plan, Palestine would have permanent borders with Syria, Jordan and Egypt, and Israel would have permanent borders with Palestine.

Obama Israel policy – flying his true colors

Members of the Israel Defense Forces on the Golan Heights. These are the real men of ideals in the Middle Ease.

Everyone knows that the Obama Israel policy is anti-Israel. They probably forgot that it was always that way.

The Obama Israel policy: from the horse’s mouth

President Barack H. Obama has made two speeches lately, one at the State Department and the other before the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. Both times, Obama proposed a return to the 1967 Israel borders—or to name them properly, the 1949 armistice line. That solution will not hold against reality and furthermore has no basis in international law.