Bible

Sheldon Kopperl
gvsu.edu

Sheldon Kopperl returns to Common Threads to continue the conversation on the historicity of the Bible and the arguments put forth in the book, ‘The Exodus’ by Richard Friedman.

Sheldon Kopperl is a retired Professor of Biomedical Sciences, History of Science, and Liberal Studies from Grand Valley State University.

Sheldon Kopperl and Historicity of the Bible

Jun 24, 2019
Sheldon Kopperl
gvsu.edu

Sheldon Kopperl joins us to discuss the historicity of the Bible and the arguments put forth in the book, ‘The Exodus’ by Richard Friedman.

Sheldon Kopperl is a retired Professor of Biomedical Sciences, History of Science, and Liberal Studies  from Grand Valley State University.

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A western Michigan school district has ended a teacher's faith-based discussions with elementary school students following complaints by a civil rights group.

Hudsonville Public Schools' assistant superintendent, Scott Smith, says the district didn't know a fifth-grade teacher had been meeting with students for lunchtime Bible studies until the Michigan Association of Civil Rights Activists contacted the district on Nov. 6.

Smith says officials met with the Alward Elementary School teacher the same day and ended his talks.

Finding Noah

Oct 1, 2015

Grand Rapidian Kevin DeVries is appearing in a new documentary called Finding Noah, which follows an archeological expedition in search of Noah’s Ark. The film takes place on Mt. Ararat, one of the most dangerous mountains in the world. DeVries served as a mountaineer for the expedition, and helped the team of archaeologists and theologians reach the summit.  He joins us this morning.