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Security weaknesses found in smart cards

RFID chips that are being placed in credit, debit, and other electronic cards have now been shown to have some glaring security vulnerabilities.  Prof. Avishai Wool of Tel Aviv University’s School of Electrical Engineering has released a new study on the chips in the smart cards, which hold very private information about the cards’ owners. … Continue reading Security weaknesses found in smart cards

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God’s fire, or a self-kindled fire?

Who is among you that feareth the LORD, that obeyeth the voice of his servant, that walketh in darkness, and hath no light? let him trust in the name of the LORD, and stay upon his God.  Behold, all ye that kindle a fire, that compass yourselves about with sparks: walk in the light of… Continue reading God’s fire, or a self-kindled fire?

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the God who called me will also keep me

As anyone who has been a Christian for any length of time knows, this Christian life is not always easy.  Sometimes it even seems like we Christians have more to deal with and to endure than those who aren’t saved.  Our troubles, especially trying to hold back our sinful desires, at times makes us wonder… Continue reading the God who called me will also keep me

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Shroud of Turin still shrouded in controversy

The Shroud of Turin, which was discovered in the mid-1300s in Troyes, France, is once again on display from April 10-May 23, 2010 in Turin, Italy after a decade of absence from the public eye. It is touted as being the burial cloth of Jesus Christ by many Christians, pseudo-Christians, and some scientists. In 1898,… Continue reading Shroud of Turin still shrouded in controversy