The world premiere of the archaeological exhibit, “Seals of Isaiah and King Hezekiah Discovered,” is this weekend at our offices in Edmond, Oklahoma. We’ll talk to the curator of the exhibit, Brad Macdonald.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the namesake of our college, Herbert W. Armstrong, partnering with Hebrew University on our first archaeology joint project in Jerusalem. We’ll hear a report on the history of our work in the Holy City.
The technological innovations that brought us from the horse-and-buggy era to the space age have also changed the foods we eat. How have developments in food production in recent generations affected our diet and our health?
We’ll conclude with some tips on how to improve your memory.