Monthly Archives: October 2014

Ancient Manuscripts: The Human Instruction Manual

The human instruction manual For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. My frame was … Continue reading

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Ancient Manuscripts – It’s in Your Genes!

It’s in Your Genes! When we were kids, my brother and I would invent secret codes and send one another messages. We weren’t particularly clever about it, though. I seem to recall that a number 1 meant the letter A, … Continue reading

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Ancient Manuscripts – The Most Ancient of Scrolls

The Most Ancient of Scrolls When I was in college, I remember learning that some scholars believed that the Book of Job was the oldest literary text known to man, probably dating to 1500-2000 BCE. Of course, we don’t have … Continue reading

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Ancient Manuscripts – Lost Treasures

Lost Treasures After ensuring that the rest of his flock was securely bedded down at a small oasis, the Bedouin shepherd boy set out in search of a capricious goat who apparently thought he knew better than his master. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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