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Quest For Truth Conference Announcement Nov 8-9

Quest For Truth Conference Announcement Nov 8-9

Announcing The Quest For Truth Conference – Decoding the End Times!

If you are looking for help to sort through biblical truth versus man’s traditions, I would like to tell you about the Quest for Truth Virtual Conference (Nov 8-9) designed to help you decode the end times and provide answers to your questions. I am one of the organizers and will be one of the speakers. We will have eight speakers and lots of great topics about the days in which we live.

Where?

The conference is virtual which means you won’t have to travel – you can watch it from the comfort of your home and you can even invite as many friends and family to your place as you want – so get the popcorn ready!

When you register before October 24th, you automatically receive over $100 worth of speakers’ resources and also lifetime replay access of all of the conference speakers’ presentations. 

Registration opens Monday, Oct 6 at 2:00 PM PST here: http://www.theq4tconference.com/

Then “like” the Quest For Truth Conference Page on Facebook (click here)

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  1. After the tower of Babel event, Terah is age 100 and Abram is age 30 c. 1871 BCE. That seems to be when the promise of YHVH was first given to Abram. But before that, the people who inhabited the mountains of Ararat either went west to Shinar to relocate south of the Black Sea in modern day Turkey or they went east. The grammar ought to clear up this confusion. Read Genesis 11:2. They of the east (people of Ararat) went to Shinar. Babel, Erech, Accad and Calneh were built in the land of Shinar. The people left Shinar after the events of Babel. (Read Geneses 10:11.) Nimrod went into Assyria, and built Ninevah, Rehoboth-Ir and Calah. Sometime, much later, after the tower of Babel, Babylon was built in Mesopotamia. It seems, Babel and Babylon are two different cities, built in two different locations, and built at two different times.

    When was Babylon built? The first Biblical reference to Babylon occurred after the death of Shalmaneser king of Assyria. Read 2 Kings 17:24. Sargon II king of Assyria brought men from: Babylon, Cuthah, Avva, Hamath and Sepharvaim, and settled them in the cities of Samaria in place of the sons of Israel. So they possessed Samaria and lived in its cities.
    Sargon II king of Assyria carried Israel away, 27,280 men were taken
    into exile to Assyria and cities of Medes. c. 681 BCE. Read 2 Kings 17:5 and 18:11.
    Olympic game #25 occurred in 681 BCE

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