Blog Posts - Mount Sinai



Mysterious inscriptions reveals a Dark Egypt during the reign of Pharaoh Ramesses I

Pharaoh Ramses I inscriptions photo: pinterestEgyptian archaeologists have managed to uncover the remains of four ancient temples in the Sinai peninsula, temples from which hope to gain information about one of the darkest and most misunder...
by Potent Scientia Est on Nov 22, 2016

Ancient Bible, published in digital format

The earliest edition of the New Testament, dating from the fourth century version will be retrieved online after fragments stored in museums in many countries of the world, announces FoxNews.The initiative belongs to the British Library so, try bring...
by Potent Scientia Est on Sep 26, 2016

Five bizarre details that decisively changed the course of history. What drug used Moses

Some events that occurred over time result from the actions that historians sometimes refuse to consider.Throughout history there have been many legends that some details, seemingly insignificant, would have changed the world, as it was perceived bef...
by Potent Scientia Est on Sep 9, 2016

Mount Sinai Expert Guides: Allergy and Clinical Immunology

  Mount Sinai Expert Guides: Allergy and Clinical Immunology Mount Sinai Expert Guides: Allergy and Clinical Immunology will provide trainees in allergy and immunology with an extremely clinical and accessible handbook covering the major disorde...
by booksmedicos on Jun 23, 2015

What’s the most we can remember?

(Media Release) People with extraordinary memory talents suggest that your mind may be capable of retaining more than you think, says Adam Hadhazy. Unlike digital cameras with full memory cards that cannot snap any more pictures, our brains never see...
by Free PR Online on Apr 2, 2015

Photo of the Week: Saint Catherine’s Monastery, Egypt

Saint Catherine’s Monastery, Egypt This week’s travel photo was captured while descending from the summit of Mount Sinai, an iconic biblical destination said to be... Photo of the Week: Saint Catherine’s Monastery, Egypt is a post from: Tra...
by Traveling Canucks on Mar 26, 2015

White Blood?

The truth of the Bible is hard and clear as diamonds, providing a solid basis for both life and death. “You can’t argue with the Scriptures,” Jesus said in John 10:35.
by Laboring In The Lord on Nov 25, 2013

10 Mitos Seputar Kehamilan Telah Terbantahkan

Kehamilan bisa menjadi momen membahagiakan bagi pasangan ataupun keluarganya. Beberapa nasihat pun dilontarkan agar nantinya si jabang bayi bisa lahir dengan selamat. Selain nasihat, tak jarang pula didengar mitos-mitos yang tumbuh di masyarakat. Ber...

Day Two in the Mountains...

After nearly ten hours of sleep, I woke at about six. Wow... I looked like a puffed up pillow when I glanced in the mirror. Hmmm... Definitely a case of too much sleep. But with a cool room, dark shutters and all that hard work yesterday, I had jus...
by DiveBunnie on Mar 16, 2013

White Blood?

The truth of the Bible is hard and clear as diamonds, providing a solid basis for both life and death. “You can’t argue with the Scriptures,” Jesus said in John 10:35.
by Laboring In The Lord on Nov 25, 2012

THOT 4 2 Day — 10.02.12

Read your Bible in 1 year: 10.2 1 Kings 4-5 Ephesians 2 Ezekiel 35 Psalms 23-24 The only way to free ourselves from the destructive influence of counterfeit gods is to turn back to the true one. The living God, who revealed himself both at Mount Sina...
by Laboring In The Lord on Oct 2, 2012

The 6 Types of Pills Big Pharma Wants You Hooked On for Life

By Dr. Mercola What would you say if you knew someone had killed 60,000 people? Would you call it a felony of the worst kind, times 60,000? If you totaled up the value of all those lives in criminal court, what would you say they’re worth? Billions...
by Free PR Online on May 14, 2012

10 Sacred Spots Around the World

For tourists today, a trip to a place like these might evoke calmness, serenity, or even just the need to snap a thousand pictures. But for our oldest of ancestors, these places were much, much more. Throughout history, civilizations around the world...
by MapSalesDotCom on Apr 19, 2012

In the Footsteps of Moses

There’s something about Dahab which produces a phenomenon of sloth I like to think of as “mission creep”, but which might better be described as “mission shrink”. For, yes, we...
by Travels with a Nine Year Old on Mar 19, 2012


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