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Nonfiction Articles and Essays by Janice Moore
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Speculations on Nimrod and The Tower Of Babel

What was the world like after the Flood of Noah? Are similarities between early chapters of Genesis and the colophons of Babylonian Tablets a clue, SPECULATIVE ESSAY on the ancient world of the Biblical Nimrod and the Tower of Babel. Starts out with a short personal testimony of what happened when the author was faced with the question of what she believed and why.

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The Pagan Question: When Christian Apologetics Evolve Into Religion

Handling the Pagan origin question, the celebration of Christmas Holiday, Easter and Halloween, evil Vs good. Opinions and views of author Janice Moore dealing with truths and falsehoods brought into focus at these seasons of the year, adjusting to what is Biblical truth and steering away from the Santa Claus and Easter Bunny trap. Opinions and views of author Janice Moore.

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The Question of an Earlier Semiramis

The legends of Queen Semiramis and her notoriety are not so well known today. But in ancient history she was infamous through out Asia and beyond. But, did Semiramis as the wife of Nimrod really exist?

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Is The Two Babylons Reliable: Debunking The Nonsense

Many claim to have completely debunked the book The Two Babylons. But how well do these claims hold up under close scrutiny.

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All Creation Worships God

In The Beginning....
God Created The Heavens And The Earth.
The Heavens And The Earth Did NOT Create God.

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Celebrating Christmas, Traditional Customs and Being a Christian in Modern Day America

Handling tough questions: How should a Christian handle the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ and American traditions in today's world. An attempt at answering this challenging question.

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The Golden Egg Conspiracy

The Search for The Golden Egg and the Controversial Question: Is it a Conspiracy? Consider the word conspiracy, and ask this question? Have we manipulated the legitimate use of the word conspiracy into a game of western semantic word play.

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