|We all know the story of up to 900 Jews committing suicide in the Masada fortress as the Romans closed in. But archeological and forensic science show that perhaps 30 Jewish rebels died there.
If such methods can be used to revise this historical event, then what other popular narratives might be called into question or revised using the same methods? Should we not rejoice that 900 men, women, and children did not perish as previously thought? Or will questioning the traditional Masada narrative cause us to be labeled anti-Semitic?
"It is doubtful if any Trinitarian Pentecostals have ever professed to believe in three gods, and Oneness Pentecostals should not claim that they do." - Daniel Segraves UPCI
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