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How do these ancient docs hold up?

Author:                Caesar                 Plato                Thucydides     Sophocles   
Written:               100 - 44 B.C.        427 - 347 B.C.  460-400 B.C.    496-406 B.C.
Earliest Copies: A.D. 900                A.D. 900            A.D. 900           A.D. 1000  
Time Span:         1,000 yrs.              1,200 yrs.         1,300 yrs.        1,400 yrs.     
# Copies:            10                           7                        8                       100               

Catullus           Euripides           Aristotle           New Testament
Written:               54 B.C.             480-406 B.C.        384-322 B.C.    A.D. 40-100
Earliest Copies: A.D. 1,550        A.D. 1,100            A.D. 1,100        A.D. 125
Time Span:         1,600 yrs.         1,500 yrs.            1,400 yrs.         25 yrs.
# Copies:            3                        9                           5                       Over 24,000!

Wow, look at the amazing facts of the New Testament...this is one special
document!  Isaiah 40:8 says, "The grass withers and the flowers fall, but the
word of our God endures forever.”

God has preserved His Word for us over thousands of years!  His Word is one
way we can learn about whom He is, what He is like, and what His plan is for
you.  Plus, there are all kinds of interesting things you can read about: life
before sin, where the different languages came from, how the universe began,
heaven, hell, and even the ultimate Judgment Day (Rev 20:11-15).

Article based on "Don't Check Your Brains at the Door" Josh McDowell pg. 51-52
Time to make some crayon "rubbings!"

Crayon rubbings are a great way to copy clues or make a quick picture of an

Supplies: Paper, crayons, and various textures.

Lay a piece of paper on the clue and rub the
side of the crayon all over the paper (remember to
remove the crayon paper).  It will make a perfect
copy of the artifact or clue!

You can even create crayon rubbings from

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Stay tuned for more experiments from ScienceSplat.com that will reveal the reliability of the
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