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New Discovery Highlights How Jews and Christians Were Once Naughty with Magic






According to the press release, the bronze amulet is inscribed with four Greek letters “I A W Θ, representing the Jewish Divine Name (Yahweh, IHYH).” The teardrop shaped amulet was designed to be worn as a pendant around the neck. 



We cannot incite if we are not in sight.___Heb.10:24,25

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Here is another one a inscription found saying; Yahweh and his Asherah  or (Jehovah and his wife)

I find these findings interesting because they prove again that everything written in Gods word is accurate. I find these article writers a little bit ignorant though all they need to do is read the bible to see and understand that the time period from the exodus to the Christian Greek scriptures are many periods of apostate Israelites that kept on giving into the detestable practices of the nations and serving other gods that Jehovah warned them time and time again about.


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