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Webster’s 1828 DictionaryVicar VIC’AR, noun [Latin vicarius, from vicis, a turn, or its root.] 1. In a general sense, a person deputed or authorized to perform the functions of another; a substitute in office. The pope pretends to be vicar of Jesus Christ on earth. He has under him a grand vicar who is a cardinal, and whose jurisdiction extends over allContinue reading “Vicar”



Does Jeconiah’s curse disqualify Jesus as Messiah? King Jeconiah (a.k.a. Coniah and Jehoiachin) was the son of King Jehoiakim and the grandson of King Josiah, and reigned 3 months and 10 days in 597 B.C. as King of Judah. He was the second to last king and his uncle Zedekiah was the last, right before the Babylonian captivity. Click hereContinue reading “WHAT IS THE CURSE OF KING JECONIAH?”


HISTORICAL PROOF ISRAELITES EXISTED AND MIGRATED TO EUROPE In our modern age, it is chic to believe that the Bible is a book of fables and allegories. But the fact is that many of the stories of the Bible are recorded in history.       This article will prove that the Israelites of the Bible did existContinue reading “HISTORICAL PROOF ISRAELITES EXISTED”

Presidents of the United States before George Washington

Presidents of the United States before George Washington We all know that George Washington was the first president of the United States, and served from 1789 to 1797. But we also know that the United States declared independence from Britain in 1776. So who was in charge for those 13 years between 1776 and 1789? The questionContinue reading “Presidents of the United States before George Washington”