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Douglas Hamp

Special Guest

Biography:

Douglas Hamp graduated from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem with an M.A. in the Hebrew Bible and Its World. He is a specialist in ancient languages including Biblical Hebrew and Koine Greek. He is the author of three books and dozens of articles and has lectured on biblical languages, creationism and prophecy in the United States and internationally for over eight years in English and Spanish.

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Past Shows:

Space Missions/ Genetic Manipulation & Prophecy

In the first half, head of Enterprise Mission, Richard C. Hoagland, talked about the 50th anniversary of astronaut John Glenn's orbiting the Earth, as well as America's future in space exploration. In the latter half, Hebrew scholar and expert in biblical prophecy, Douglas Hamp, warned that we're entering into an era of genetic manipulation that will set the stage for celestial intervention... More »

Host: George Noory
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