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Review: Jonathan Park: Ep. 85 – The Mysterious Artifact of Qumran, Part 1

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Background Information

The Jonathan Park CDs are produced by Vision Forum Ministries.  Through these CDs, VF hope to ‘provide children and adults with scientific evidence that is in harmony with the Word of God’.  [Which raises the questions, ‘What does “in harmony” mean?’ and ‘What do they do with scientific evidence that is not in harmony with the Word of God?’]

Tagline: This is our Father’s world, God created it; we can explore it, so live the adventure!

NOTE: The producers of this series neglect to reference their information in any form.  No references is ever given either on the CD or in the Study Guide for ANY information presented in the series.  Even the voice actors of the series are not given any credit anywhere.  We only know that the series is a production of Vision Forum Ministries.

Plot Summary:

The Copper Scroll appears to reference a second scroll that contains important clues about where vast treasures are hidden. While visiting the Dead Sea Caves, Jonathan discovers an inscription that may lead the Creation Response Team to that second scroll. Meanwhile, Jim finds himself at a loss while debating a member of the “Free Thinkers Society.” (Taken from here.)

There is NO Study Guide for Volume 8.  You’re on your own!

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Review: Jonathan Park: Ep. 30 – The Temple of the Moon, Part 2

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Plot Summary:

A mysterious stranger offers to send the Park and Brenan families to the Royal Tombs in the ancient city of Ur. They have three days to find an artifact that will shed light on the Tower of Babel account in Genesis, but Eli Bennet has vowed to find it first! (Taken from here.)

The Study Guide for Episodes 29-30 can be found here: jp_vol3_study_guide_epi29-30

Topics include:

  • Theories of Evolution of Language
  • Flavius Josephus
  • Tower of Babel Stories
  • Made in God’s Image
  • Tower of Babel (God vs. Man)

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