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There's Only One Universe
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David F. Coppedge "Recently a new word has appeared in cosmological literature: multiverse. You won't find it in the dictionary, because it contains a contradiction in terms: multiple universes. By definition, the universe is supposed to include everything. One cannot have multiple everythings. The story of how this new word came about reveals the desperation of atheists trying to escape overwhelming evidence for design." LifeDeath fn4
Letters To The Editor
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N.C. "They’re right about one thing—the living world is no accident. Our Creator God spoke everything to be, for His purpose, glory, and satisfaction. LifeDeath fn5
Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible
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Matthew Henry Originally written in 1706, Matthew Henry's six volume Complete Commentary provides an exhaustive look at every verse in the Bible. History fn1
The Tribe of Levi
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Shep Campbell The tribe of Levi was descended from Levi, the third son of Jacob and Leah. Through an act of faithfulness in the wilderness, this tribe would become set apart by God as His priests. The tribe of Levi was unique to the other tribes of Israel in that they received no allotment from the Lord. Numbers 3 describes, in detail, God's commandments concerning Levi to Moses. His reason for not allotting them any land is given in verse 11. History fn2
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ANDREW E. STEINMANN "Can simply following the information in the book itself unravel the chronology of the book of Judges? I believe that it can and that one can establish a relative chronology of the judges. Furthermore, with the help of information from the books of Kings and Samuel as well as Josephus's Antiquities, one can establish an absolute chronology." History fn3
The Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew Kings
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Edwin R. Thiele Very extensive analysis of the Kings of Israel and Judah using scripture. History fn4

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