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  • Jeanne T.
    Posted at 18:05h, 26 October

    When I first became acquainted with Jim and Penny Caldwell’s work on this a few years ago I thought, this is the most significant archaeological find of all time! So Joel, I was so excited when you and others also became interested, especially with the advanced technology now to record and get it out immediately for all to see. When the Caldwell’s and others began their work there was no internet or YouTube. This information is now rapidly disdlseminated around the world. I don’t know how any thinking rational person could deny the evidence except to protect their own work or perhaps, sadly, out of jealousy.

    I have read your first book on Mt. Sinai. When is the next one (Sinai to Zion) due to come out?

  • Roy Coker
    Posted at 18:18h, 26 October

    Hello Joel,

    I always enjoy the “Underground” and share most of your views on prophecy. However, I have some questions and reservations concerning foreign policy, particularly interventionism. Since Ezekiel tells us that Turkey will arise as the leader of the Islamic coalition that attacks Israel in the last days, is it wise for the United States to intervene in the Islamic world?. Is it possible for the USA to Change the outcome? The Turkeys are Islamic, but the Kurds are also Muslims. Pat Robertson thinks we have a mandate to defend them. Does God really want us to defend Muslims like the Kurds? Of course, I favor humanitarian assistance to the Kurds or any other people including Muslims. But it seems to me that there is no “good guys” in the Islamic world. Which ever side we take it will have a negative outcome to the USA. God has promised to bless those who bless Israel so we should focus on helping them. But I do not think it is a good idea to become involved in Islamic civil wars. I believe in that the Kurds believe that they descend from the Medes. Do you think they will be allied with the Persians (Medo-Persian Empire) and subservient to Turkey?

  • Joel
    Posted at 07:53h, 27 October

    The notion that we do not do what is right and simply honor our commitments to our allies because it might interfere with the fulfillment of prophecy is, forgive my bluntness, entirely assinine. Muslim or not, people are people. The Kurds lost over 11,000 men and women fighting ISIS on our behalf, while we lost 6. We made promises and we have failed to keep them. Now they are being slaughtered. And we green-lighted it. I have supported the president nearly 99.9% of the time. Now he is lying and saying that all is well and peaceful. The Turkish regime is not honoring its commitment to a cease-fire and the president has failed to keep his promise concerning sanctions.

  • Joel
    Posted at 07:54h, 27 October

    Hoping to finish by year’s end.

  • Gary Johnson
    Posted at 07:30h, 29 October

    Joel, a hidden gem found in the (British) Jewish News Daily website on Monday October 28 th re the Kurds.
    https://blogs.timesofisrael.com/we-must-pay-kurds-our-debt-of-gratitude/

    Still loving your stuff,
    Gary (Marc’s Father in Law ,Perth Australia.

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