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  • Abortion and the Ancient Practice of Child Sacrifice

    the background they provide. In 1921 the largest cemetery of sacrificed infants in the ancient Near East was discovered at Carthage. It is well established that this rite of child sacrifice originated in Phoenicia, ancient Israel's northern neighbor,...
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  • Genocide in Canaan? Part II

    of Child Sacrifice across the Mediteranean world. The most infamous example is found in the North African colony of Carthage: Its origin [human sacrifice] must be sought, evidently, in Canaanite culture. Punic and Neo-Punic inscriptions contain the...
  • Tanit in the Mirror: The Worship of Self and the Slaughter of Children

    of powerful articles that address the issue of child-sacrifice in the ancient day, focusing primarily on the tophet at Carthage. Henry Smith and our friends at Artifax magazine untangle attempts by certain scholars to reinterpret the tophet at Carthage...
  • Secular 'Ethicists' Endorse After-Birth Abortion: Another Version of Modern Day Child Sacrifice

    burden on someone, then people should be given the chance of not being forced to do something they cannot afford.' 2 At Carthage, one of the main reasons a child was sacrificed to the pagan gods was to obtain some sort of favor or to avert a crisis. In...
  • Child Sacrifice and Abortion: A Preview of the Winter 2012 issue of Bible and Spade

    electorate, modern day child sacrifice is afforded legal protection and government sanction, just as it was in Canaan and Carthage. Inside this issue, you will find powerful articles. Scott Lanser's editorial, Tanit in the Mirror, admonishes Christians...
  • The Physical Resurrection a Historical Fact: Part One

    first ecclesiastical councils to classify the canonical books were both held in North Africa—at Hippo Regius in 393 and at Carthage in 397—but what these councils did was not to impose something new upon the Christian communities but to codify what was...
  • How Beautiful are the Feet on the Via Egnatia

    120 BC). In his book, The Histories, covering the period of 264–146 BC, he recounted the rise of Rome, their war with Carthage, and their conquest of Greece. In the 34th book he described the Via Egnatia (34.12.2–10; LCL 6:331–333). Unfortunately the...
  • The Old Testament and the Ancient Near East: Profits and Losses

    and a number of other sites in Syria and Lebanon. Punic texts were also known, even from as far away as Sardinia, Malta, Carthage, and Marseille, France. Aramaic was also attested to in more meager supply, notably at Zincerli, Barna, and Sfire. Except...
  • The Lost Ark of the Covenant: Still Lost

    Taken to Rome and ultimately hidden in the Vatican (Josephus, Wars 7:148-149) Taken to Rome by Titus, taken from Rome to Carthage by the Vandals, taken to Constantinople (Byzantium) by Beligarius, returned to Jerusalem by Justinian and hidden beneath...
  • The Curious History of the 'Editor' in Biblical Criticism

    division made by a few historians between Canaanites and Phoenicians is stupid. There is textual evidence from ancient Carthage that the Phoenicians who lived there still called themselves “Canaanites,” long after having left Canaan. There is no textual...
  • Unmasked Evil From the Modern Day Cult of Molech

    thousands of little children in the death camps of Auschwitz, the streets of Rome, and the fires of Molech in Canaan and Carthage. It is this virulent and haughty secularist, God-hating spirit which threatens the moral fabric of western civilization and...

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