Women who Murder and Abuse Children and Men - 2008: This risk of violence increases when the woman insults the man in front of their children, threatens the man's relationship with his children, or she refuses to control her abusive behavior when the children are present. She may call him a terrible father or an awful husband in front of the children. Eventually he feels enraged not only because of how she treats him, but how her behavior is harming the children. At some point the man may throw something, punch a wall, or slam his fist down loudly to vent his anger and to communicate that he has reached his limits.
Girls are made of Sugar 'n Spice - But Are Women Really Nice?
I originally wanted to draw attention to Muslim Women who are happy to have their children blow themselves up, and to provide a catchy title, I called the article: Mother's Who Kill Their Own Children.
By April of 2007 I began adding links to other matters relating to Child Abuse. Because of the frequency with which this topic was accessed, I began paying attention to news articles relating to the subject of abuse of children by women, and then began to notice the frequency of violent attacks by women on men. And so began my interest in the topic of Violent Women.
In my social commentary articles I often question one sided, biased and often vicious reporting on all matters but also in relation to the public perception of men, and wrote an article entitled: What is Truth? A Political Camera Angle! in 2006. That article was about how we allow the media to form our opinions.
This page is not about putting women down, but about providing balance to our perceptions about violence and abuse.
This risk of violence increases when the woman insults the man in front of their children, threatens the man's relationship with his children, or she refuses to control her abusive behavior when the children are present. She may call him a terrible father or an awful husband in front of the children. Eventually he feels enraged not only because of how she treats him, but how her behavior is harming the children. At some point the man may throw something, punch a wall, or slam his fist down loudly to vent his anger and to communicate that he has reached his limits.
Beliefs about men's and women's violence are so sacred and arouse such strong feelings that the thought of questioning them can sometimes evoke violence. After Steinmetz published her groundbreaking book, The Battered Husband Syndrome, in 1978, she was not only derided and denounced, but her children's lives also were threatened.
BOCSAR director Don Weatherburn said the increase was likely to have been driven by more than one factor, including an increase in binge drinking or more men being willing to admit to being victims. "It's possible that people are becoming less tolerant of violence by women than they used to be," he told Fairfax.
Mum who killed baby freed December 5th 2008 A WOMAN who killed her infant son by jumping with him from the eighth floor of a city apartment block has walked free after being convicted of manslaughter.
Childcare pair accused of assaulting boy Dec 4th 2008 Two childcare workers will face trial over the assault of a four-year-old boy who was allegedly threatened with a knife and swung into a wall. Sandra Kaye and Kelly Sandra Ingraham appeared in Armadale Magistrates Court.
Teens 'sexually abused elderly patients' Dec 2nd 2008 Six female teenagers — four of them underage — have been charged for their part in the alleged sexual, physical and emotional abuse of vulnerable residents at a US nursing home where they were employed as caregivers.
Updated November 2008
Woman jailed 24 years for lover's murderNov 28, 2008 A woman who laced her lover's favourite meal with sedatives and left him to die in a burning house has been jailed for 24 years. Justice Stephen Kaye described Vasiliki Efandis as "calculating" and said she had planned the cold-blooded murder of George Marcetta so she could claim his assets.
Italy couple killed neighbours, jailed for life Nov 27 An Italian man and his wife were sentenced to life in jail for slitting the throats of four neighbours, including a two-year-old toddler... [Husband and father of deceased first to be blamed.]
Singer Simonne Cooper tells of glassing horror Nov 20 2008 An Australian singer left horribly disfigured by a glassing attack has described how her music career dived after the incident. But talented singer’s life was changed forever when she was slashed in the face by 28-year-old Danielle Hodson. Her attacker Hodson was convicted of grievous bodily harm and sentenced to five year in prison
Aunt charged in real-life 'Cinderella abuse story' Nov 19 2008 A woman has been charged with the rape and abuse of her teenage niece, who she allegedly forced to endure horrible conditions as a live-in housekeeper. Police in Worcester, in the US state of Massachusetts, said the case was a real-life "Cinderella" story, the Boston Herald reports.
Social workers 'knew of Baby P abuse'17:00 AEST Mon Nov 17 2008 Welfare workers arranged for a foster family to take Baby P months before he was tortured to death by his mother and her lover — but he was sent home instead. Police and social workers did not want the 17-month-old British toddler to be returned to his mother, but they were overruled by a local council, the BBC reports.
Toddler put in dryer before death Oct. 21, 2008 A New Zealand toddler was put in a tumble dryer, spun on a clothesline and kicked in the head as part of ongoing abuse before she died, a court has heard.Those charged include Nia's mother Lisa Kuka, 35, her former partner Wiremu Curtis, 19, and 22-year-old brother Michael, Michael's partner Oriwa Kemp, 18, and Lisa's nephew Michael Pearson, aged 20.
Sister arrested after stabbing death Oct 10, 2008 The 18-year-old girl died after being stabbed in the neck in her Mosely Street home at Strathfield about 11.30am (AEDT) Friday. They immediately took the teenager's 20-year-old sister into custody and were still questioning her late Friday afternoon.
Updated September 2008
Sep 24 2008 Mother jailed for murdering disabled daughter A woman with a history of drinking and mental health problems was jailed for life on Tuesday for murdering her four-year-old disabled daughter. Joanne Hill, 32, had admitted drowning her daughter Naomi in a bath last November but denied murder on the grounds of diminished responsibility, the Press Association reported.
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Updated May 2008
Woman charged over firearms May 4th 2008 The woman from Cleveland, south of Brisbane, will appear in Southport Magistrates Court on Tuesday charged with two counts of seriously assaulting police, possessing a firearm, carrying a firearm in a public place, common assault and trespass.
Policewoman punched in the face April 28th 2008 FOUR people have been charged over a disturbance in which a female police officer was repeatedly punched in the face. Capsicum spray was used to pacify an 18-year-old woman after she attacked a female officer and struck her in the face several times.
Oakey woman charged over Wacol stabbing April 27th 2008 Police say the man was stabbed in the back once and was taken to the Princess Alexandra Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The woman was charged with one count of wounding and will appear in Brisbane Magistrate's Court tomorrow.
No trial for psychotic killer APril 27th 2008 A YOUNG woman who killed her six-year-old son and her older sister last year will not stand trial for murder because she was of unsound mind at the time, a judge has ruled. The Cherbourg woman, who cannot be named, had delusional beliefs that the world was going to end and the antichrist was coming, a psychiatrist told the Mental Health Court.
Gang culture rife in schools April 27th 2008 The groups are large and easy to identify from their fashion accessories and their arrogant attitudes, but only one – the Gangstas – presents a violent threat.
"There were six or seven of these students in Year 8 who surrounded my daughter. They punched and kicked her, rammed her into a brick wall. They picked her up and dumped her head-first into a garbage bin. She ended up with renal bleeding," the distressed mother said.
Police from the Juvenile Aid Bureau later cautioned the most violent bully but the other girls, including the ringleader who organised the bashing, escaped without punishment.
Gold Coast bashing ringleader walks free April 24th A TEENAGE girl accused of instigating a vicious beating of an off-duty police officer and his girlfriend on the Gold Coast has walked free from court.
Laffranchi rape charge dropped APril 24th TITAN Anthony Laffranchi has vowed to close the door on the toughest period of his life after a 15-month rape case against him was dropped. In a Sydney court yesterday, magistrate Caroline Barkell ruled there was insufficient evidence to proceed with a trial.
Teen to plead guilty to stalking April 23, 2008 Beale and Webster and another 19-year-old woman were arrested by police on February 20 after a year-long school friendship allegedly soured and turned violent.
Girls club underage sex, drugs April 22nd A leading academic says the group and the online activities of its members out of school are an example of the increasing problem of cyber bullying. Child psychologist Paula Barrett told The Courier-Mail the group's actions were "a form of indirect bullying" and destructive to the school community. The Courier-Mail revealed last week how a schoolyard feud in Beenleigh, south of Brisbane, ended with the parents of a teenage bullying victim punching the classmate who tormented her. The feud continued when the bully's mother attacked the woman who hit her daughter.
Pakistani woman chops off lover's penis April 22nd A Pakistani woman chopped off her lover's penis after he wedded his cousin in a marriage arranged by his parents, police and hospital officials said.
Appeal fails, sentence stands for mum who smothered 5yo daughterApril 18 THE Attorney-General Kerry Shine was today unsuccessful in an attempt to increase the jail sentence of a woman who smothered to death her five-year-old daughter. Last December in the Supreme Court in Brisbane, Alice Maree Potter, 43, was jailed for eight years' jail after pleading guilty to the manslaughter of her daughter Stephanie on September 18, 2005.
Couple bailed over robbery of man in wheelchair April 17 Denise Antoinette Deen, 33, and Christopher Ivan Broome, 23, both appeared briefly in the Brisbane Magistrate's Court today, charged with robbery with actual violence in company.
Teen bully provoked by taunts, says mother THE teenage girl branded as a bully in a Beenleigh court room was herself a victim of a violent schoolyard feud, according to her mother. Lauren Plummer admitted yesterday that her daughter Danielle "is not an angel". But Mrs Plummer said her daughter was provoked with constant taunts about her weight before losing her temper and bashing the head of fellow school student Rachel Baker into a toilet door
Stepdaughter charged over man's death April 11th The 18-year-old stepdaughter of missing man Russell Frik has been charged with murder following the grisly discovery of a torso in his backyard in northern Victoria.
Teenage girls bash South Bank diner April 10th A YOUNG woman heading back to her car after dinner at Brisbane's South Bank last night was viciously attacked by two teenage girls.
Mother of girl in bed base charged April 9th THE mother of a British schoolgirl who went missing and was later found in a bed base has been charged with perverting the course of justice and child neglect.
Bashed girl a 'cewebrity' victim April 9th EIGHT teenage girls charged in the US with beating another teenage girl so they could post the attack on YouTube were typical "cewebrities", a leading Australian psychologist said today. "This is the most tribal generation of girls I have ever come across in my 22 years of adolescent psychology, and they are banding together for this 'entertainment' of bullying and harrassment."
Woman 'bit, kicked' officers April 9th The woman allegedly bit an officer on the arm, spat at another officer and kicked a third officer in the head before being restrained.
Get over it, judge tells stalker April 8, 2008 AN obsessed woman who waged a two-year campaign against her former lover has been ordered to "move on" by a judge. Judge David Smith handed Rudd another piece of paper – a restraining order granting the male victim protection "until further order". He said the order, imposed on top of her penalty, would guarantee the safety of the victim and his family.
Child gang's guilty pleas April 7th Eleven children and teenagers, including three girls, were accused of the gang attack on off-duty police constable Rawson Armitage and his girlfriend Michelle Dodge in a Coolangatta park last November.
'Little Old Lady Killer' jailed April 1st MEXICO'S "Little Old Lady Killer," a female ex-wrestler who strangled and beat to death 11 elderly women in their homes after offering them domestic help, has been sentenced to life in prison.
Girl stabbed in fight 'over boy' April 1st A 19-year-old woman from Green Valley in southwest Sydney appeared in Liverpool Local Court today charged with stabbing a 17-year-old schoolgirl near Bonnyrigg High School yesterday afternoon.
Updated March 2008
Serial killer who hunted virgins on trial Michel Fourniret, 65, made a pact with Monique Olivier while serving a jail sentence for sexual assault that she would find him virgins after his release if he killed her ex-husband, the court will hear in evidence. Olivier, 59, is on trial for one of the same murders and complicity in four of his other crimes.
Woman, teen boys charged over robberies Mar 22, 2008 Police allege one of the boys and the woman then went into the Nine O'Clock Convenience Store on Brisbane Road at Bundamba, about 3.45pm (AEST), produced what the attendant thought was a gun and demanded cash.
'Black Widows' murdered homeless: court Mar 19 Two women in their 70s befriended and then murdered homeless men in an effort to collect millions of dollars in life insurance, a Los Angeles court has heard.
Stressed mother abandons kids, one dies Mar 15 A JAPANESE mother who told police she was stressed from childcare was arrested after leaving her three children, all aged under six, alone in their house for 10 days. One of the children died.
Socialite jailed for murder plot Mar 7th Swedish-born waitress Charlotte Lindstrom has been jailed for at least two years for soliciting an undercover police officer to murder two witnesses in her boyfriend's Sydney drug case.
Wheelie bin killer women sentenced to life Mar 7th Two young women who brutally killed a teenage girl and dumped her body in a wheelie bin in Perth have each been handed a strict security life sentence, with a minimum of 24 years in jail.
The killings shocked many in the small east Texas town
Updated February 29th 2008
Children dead in attempted murder-suicide Feb 19th Two children are dead and two adults are being treated by paramedics after an attempted murder-suicide in Sydney's south-west. the man arrived at the address to find the children dead and the woman seriously injured. - Woman accused of children's murders Friday Feb 22 A 29-year-old woman has been charged with murder over the deaths of two children at a home in Sydney's west, police say.
Woman chained up and beat husband Friday Feb 29 "She put socks in my mouth to keep me quiet when beating me and only gave me food every three or four days ... She threatened to kill me and our son if I went to the police," a visibly shaken Hsu told CtiTV.
Woman 'punched, bit, spat on' police Feb 25 An off-duty female senior constable approached her and asked her to empty a container of alcohol and move on. Police alleged the woman then punched the officer in the face, pulled her hair and bit her on the face and right forearm.
Girl, 17, charged over shooting Feb 25 A 17-YEAR-old girl has been charged with intent to murder after a man was shot in the stomach in southern New South Wales.
Footballer guilty of abusing daughter Feb 24th A FORMER Nigerian football international and his wife faced lengthy jail terms after being found guilty in France of raping, torturing and enslaving their adopted daughter. Okpara's 42-year-old wife was found guilty on charges of rape, torture and cruelty.
Woman questioned over stabbing Feb 13 A WOMAN has been questioned over the stabbing of a man in Sydney's south-west. Inquiries led officers to a nearby home in Waruda Street, where they arrested a 31-year-old woman.
Girl faces charge after abduction claim Feb 12 A TEENAGE girl is expected to be charged with making a false report to police after claiming three men tried to abduct her from a NSW high school, police say.
Pregnant woman punched in stomach Feb 13th Police said the 23-year-old, who is 23 weeks pregnant, was attacked while walking home along Antill Street, Mayfield at 11pm (AEDT) yesterday. She was cutting through a club car park when she was approached from behind by three women, one of whom punched her in the belly.
Mum cleared of Rose Villanueva-Austin methadone death Feb 14th A SYDNEY woman accused of giving her six-year-old daughter a lethal dose of methadone has been found not guilty of manslaughter. Julie Anne Austin, 46, thanked the NSW Supreme Court jury today after it returned its not guilty verdict on all charges against her. See Wednesday Jan 23.....The body of a six-year-old girl who died of a methadone overdose had drug levels similar to those of a regular user, and may have been exposed to it on more than one occasion, a court has been told.
Woman arrested over stabbing death Feb 10th POLICE are holding a woman in custody after the body of a lady in her 70s was found in a house in Melbourne's southeast. "A lady in her 70s was found deceased with possible stab wounds," he said.
Three dead in Louisiana campus shooting Feb 8th BATON ROUGE - A nursing student shot two women to death and killed herself in front of horrified classmates at a college in the southern US state of Louisiana on Friday, police said.
Microwave mum 'admitted killing baby' Feb 5th A WOMAN who stands accused of microwaving her baby daughter to death confessed to the murder and told her boyfriend the child would still be alive if he had not been out cheating, a US court has heard.
Stabbed mum 'used food deprivation' Feb 6th A CANBERRA mother who died after being stabbed 57 times by her son had rubbed rotting compost into her daughter's face as a punishment, a court heard today.....She said her mother was "opinionated'' and "determined'' and the family would often argue for weeks at a time. "She would insist that she was right or continue fighting until you gave in. "There were no compromises.''
Woman uses syringe in hold-up Feb 2nd POLICE are searching for a woman who held up a Brisbane bottle shop today armed with a syringe that may have been filled with blood. She escaped with an undisclosed sum of money. The woman was white, aged about 35
Grandad had to die, daughter told Jan 30th A YOUNG woman broke down in tears today while telling a court how she tried desperately to cut her grandfather free after her mother bound him to his bed and tried to smother him with a pillow.
Jail for not helping dying daughter Jan 30th A WOMAN did not call an ambulance for her dying three-year-old daughter because she feared authorities would take her kids away again, a court has been told. The 36-year-old woman from the Gold Coast suburb of Nerang had been granted custody of her four girls just months before her youngest died after slipping and hitting her head in the bath.
Perth killers smile over drawn out death Friday Jan 25 Two lesbians who kissed over the body of a girl they killed to prove their love, smiled on Friday as a Perth court heard it took the teenage victim half an hour to die.
'High level' of methadone found in girl Wednesday Jan 23 The body of a six-year-old girl who died of a methadone overdose had drug levels similar to those of a regular user, and may have been exposed to it on more than one occasion, a court has been told.
Soldier 'handcuffed, assaulted with vibrator' January 21 But instead, a champagne-sipping Ms Clunies-Ross smiled at the man and told him "I am going to destroy you", Ms Burrows said. Then her longer-term boyfriend, also a 19-year-old Darwin-based soldier, arrived with a big vibrator which she used on her victim in a one-hour ordeal.
Woman kills herself, niece and nephew Jan 19 A woman with a history of mental illness purposely walked her young niece and nephew into oncoming interstate traffic to commit a double-murder
Parents sold girl as sex slave Jan 20, 2008 THE parents of a Gold Coast teenager turned her into a child sex slave, hiring her out to up to 200 clients through the internet.
Mum 'kept dead girls in home' Jan 11 A MOTHER found with the decomposing bodies of her four daughters in her home - whom she said had died in their sleep - has been charged with murder.There was evidence of binding on the necks of the Tatianna and N'Kiah, and evidence of blunt force injury to the head of Aja and binding on her neck, according to the documents.
Victoria uni student 'planned killing spree' Jan 11 A FEMALE Melbourne science student accused of stabbing a fellow pupil intended going on a killing spree, a court was told today. "If one person had dared to care for me maybe this would not have happened ... What I am going to do is my destiny, my fate.''
Woman pleads guilty over occult sex murder Jan 14 Ms Mayfield, 29, died in hospital four days after being throttled in her home as her two young daughters lay sleeping just metres away. Wells is accused only of assisting Shepherd after the attack, with the prosecution today withdrawing the murder charge against her.
Three cops hurt in clash with couple Jan 2, 2008 Police said the man struggled with the officers, prompting his girlfriend to allegedly smash a bottle over the back of one policeman.
Woman charged with murdering her baby Jan 4, 2008 A woman has been charged with the wilful murder of her infant son after allegedly jumping with him off an eighth floor balcony in Perth.The 21-month-old boy died in the fall on November 5 and the woman, 40, was seriously injured and is still in hospital.
Pinup girl charged with torture of her ex-boyfriend Jan 3, 2008 Kumari Fulbright — a 2006 contender for the Miss Arizona title — has been indicted on charges of armed robbery, aggravated robbery, kidnapping and two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, the Arizona Daily Star reports.
"The Patriarchs' Route" in Gush Etzion also passes through an area known as Netzer, located between the Elazar and Alon Shvut communities. The Netzer area is built on terraces that assemble a spectacularly beautiful, green mosaic; green grapes twining alongside old olive trees in plots of varying shapes and sizes, and in the pre-Spring season the Netzer space looks like a Claude Monet masterpiece: the green background is spotted with the pink and white of the almond trees at the peak of their bloom. But this pastoral bubble bursts the moment we 'zoom-in' on the photo, then we discover a real battle for this land and the future of the country, with the innocent plants often standing like soldiers on the frontline.
The Ancient Roman and Greek Empires are now but ruins. The British Empire which began to bud with Elizabeth I Rex and came into full bloom in the reign of Queen Victoria, is now reduced to just a 'Commonwealth of Nations'. And the Empire of the United States of America? The U.S. is only 400 years old (depending on how you define 'U.S.') whilst England is 1000 years old. Americans would hardly define themselves (at least as far as world politics goes) as an 'Imperial State' or an empire, but if one did, then surely that too would be very young, perhaps no more than 100 years.
It was decided that unshod horses would not be allowed to be used in commercial ventures. People couldn't ride horses for a living; salesman couldn't load goods onto their horses; and horses could no longer pull carts. While it all seemed quite logical and humane, the unforeseen consequence of the law was that the supply of goods into and out of the town began to dwindle, until in the end, business after business went bankrupt. As time went by the whole city went bust until the only ones left were those who could not afford to move, and one of these was our blacksmith. One day, considering that since the council itself was now gone, the blacksmith decided to restart his business.
"At the hearing we heard from two individuals whose relatives became radicalized and were encouraged to commit jihad. We also heard from noted Islamic expert Dr. Zuhdi Jasser, the Founder and President of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy," stated King. That hearing was followed by three subsequent ones dealing with the threat of Muslim-American Radicalization in U.S. Prisons (Jun. 15, 2011), Recruitment and Radicalization within the Muslim-American Community by Al-Shabaab (Jul. 27, 2011), and a joint-hearing with the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee regarding the threat to military communities inside the United States as well as the threat from radicalized Muslims within our military (Dec. 7, 2011).
Definition: King's Calendar Chronological Research
The Premise: Between the 5th and 3rd centuries BCE (but continuing down to at least 104 BCE), Sectarian redactors transcribed the legitimate 'solar year' chronological records of Israel and Judah, into an artificial form, with listed years as each comprised of 12 months of 4 weeks of 7 days, or 336 days per year, thus creating a 13th artificial year where 12 solar years existed.
When the Synchronous Chronological Data provided in the Books of Kings and Chronicles for the Divided Kingdom Period are measured in years of 336 days, the synchronisms actually align. [Refer to Appendix 5. to see how it synchronises the Divided Kingdom Period]
About the KingsCalendar Publisher
R.P.BenDedek is the owner and Editor of KingsCalendar.com which was originally set up to publicize his research results into the Chronology of Ancient Israel. Those results were published under the title: 'The King's Calendar: The Secret of Qumran'.
Whilst there have been many attempts to solve the chronological riddle of the Bible's synchronisms of reigns of the kings of Israel and Judah and their synchronism with other Ancient Near Eastern Nations, no other research is based on a simple mathematical formula which could, if it is incorrect, be disproved easily. To date, no one has been able to dismiss the mathematical results of this research.
Free to air Academic articles set forth Apologetics for and results of his discovery of an "artificial chronological scheme" running through the Bible, Josephus, the Damascus Documents of the Dead Sea Scrolls, and Seder Olam Rabbah.
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R.P. BenDedek writes social commentaries and photographic 'Stories from China' both at KingsCalendar, and as a contributing columnist at Magic City Morning Star News in Maine USA.
(He has been teaching Conversational English in China since 2003 and currently (2013) is teaching in Suzhou City Jiangsu Province.)
The Principle of Linear Causality
The King's Calendar is a very simple approach to Biblical Chronology. It substitutes a value of 336 days for every year listed in Scripture. As far as the Divided Kingdom is concerned, when you use this 336 day year value, the synchronisms actually work. To see how effective this method is, SEE:Appendix 5: Diagrammatic Reconstruction of Israelite History from 936 to 586 BCE
Because it is a mathematical system, the King's Calendar must abide by certain mathematical rules, the most important of which, is that if you change any date for any day, month, or year every other day, month, or year is effected and must also change. It's like a 'domino effect'. Chronological references cannot be 'forced' to fit, and nor can they simply be ignored or 'compressed' as is the usual case with historians and archaeologists.
If any King's Calendar chronological determination disagrees with anything in the history books, it must argue the case as to why the history books are wrong, or why the evidence for an assertion is untrustworthy. If the King's Calendar successfully defends its' position, then the history books cannot be treated as definitive, and if the King's Calendar is 'proven' wrong, then every other chronological reference it provides is also wrong.
Because of this, the King's Calendar Chronological Reconstruction of Israel's history is unique, in that its' methodology can be scientifically (mathematically) tested and demonstrated to be either true or false. Its' chronological predictions are able to be 'proved' or 'disproved'.
Secret of Qumran Academic Newsletters
Academic Newsletter No 1 Religious Compartmentalism Academic Newsletter No 2 Academic Opinion Academic Newsletter No 3 Academic Opinion versus Fact Academic Newsletter No 4 Academic Disagreements Academic Newsletter No 5 Ancient Egypt Academic Newsletter No 6 Exodus and the King's Calendar Academic Newsletter No 7 The Prophet Jeremiah Academic Newsletter No 8 Josephus Academic Newsletter No 9 Manasseh's Captivity Academic Newsletter No 10 From Ussiah to Josiah Academic Newsletter No 11 Josiah to Zedekiah Academic Newsletter No 12 Josiah to the Destruction of Jerusalem Academic Newsletter No 13 A Biblical Contradiction which is Not! Academic Newsletter No 14 The Chronologies of Josephus Academic Newsletter No 15 The Burning of the Temple Academic Newsletter No 16 The Life and Death of King Ahab of Israel Academic Newsletter No 17 The Significance of Ahab's death Academic Newsletter No 18 The Septuagint, The Masorete and the Exodus Academic Newsletter No. 19 Josephus and the date of the Exodus Academic Newsletter No. 20 Is the Bible God Inspired or just the History of Israel? Academic Newsletter Nos. 21 - 24 December 2005 Laws of Evidence Academic Newsletter No.25 : Dec 28th 2005: Babylonian King Nebuchadrezzar: The Evidence Academic Newsletter No. 26 Exodus 15: Pharaoh of the Exodus: Who was he? Did he Drown?