The Fourth Part of Israel – A Study on The First Oracle of The Prophet Balaam

The Fourth Part of Israel – A Study on The First Oracle of The Prophet Balaam

Was Balaam an historical figure? The Biblical Background Commentary reports, “In 1967 a Dutch archaeological expedition led by H. J. Franken discovered some inscribed pieces of plaster at a site in Jordan known as Deir ‘Allah. The fragments are apparently written in Aramaic and date to about 850 B.C. They mention Balaam son of Beor, the same figure described as a “seer” in Numbers 22-24.

Ancient Israel’s Links to the British Isles Confirmed

Ancient Israel’s Links to the British Isles Confirmed

Colin Renfrew, late professor of archaeology at the University of Southampton, England, revealed over forty years ago these significant early trade relations. He wrote of “the evidence afforded by the finds of certain small imported objects which serve as a direct link between prehistoric Britain and the Mediterranean world.

The Region of Midnight

The Region of Midnight

E.W. Bullinger’s Companion Bible makes it clear that the two houses are still separate entities when they enter the Promised Land from the North, the location of exiled Israel: “In those days the house of Judah shall go unto the house of Israel, that they may enter at the same time out of the land of the north to the land that I have given for an inheritance unto your fathers.”

Whence Came They? The Mormon View of the Lost Tribes

Whence Came They? The Mormon View of the Lost Tribes

Over the years a handful of Mormon authors have written books tracing the lost ten tribes of the House of Israel to Europe and America. Yet the Mormon religion is better-known instead for teaching that the American Indians are the lost Israelite tribes. How do some authors reconcile these two opposing views? Mormon author, Dr….