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BibleStrength is entirely the work of Joshua David Zambrano. For more of his work, see www.DefendingConservatism.com. All rights are reserved.

BibleStrength is dedicated first and foremost to my Lord and Savior, Jesus the only begotten Son of God.

It is secondly dedicated to my original pastor George Perry of Aurora Baptist Church, who taught me much of what I know about the Bible, and most importantly to think critically in a search for the truth.


Joshua David Zambrano is a native of Montgomery, Illinois, and lives in Washington D.C. with his wife Lourdes. Joshua graduated from Waubonsee Community College with an A.A.S. in Business Administration and is in the final year of his B.S. in Political Science at Northern Illinois University after transferring from the University of Nebraska at Omaha after making the Dean's List in Spring 2016. He previously worked for the United States Census Bureau from 2004-10 and has also worked in the private sector as a proofreader, sales auditor, and call center representative. Joshua is working on his second book, "Defending the Authenticity of the Bible," which will be released by the end of 2019.

You can follow him on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/Jzyehoshua.


Originally created as Bereawiki.com, it was renamed to Biblestrength.com in 2018 after the domain name was lost in between registrations. Along with DefendingConservatism.com this is one of my two main websites.

Anyone wishing to donate to support the website can do so at GoFundMe.

For resources used, see Resources.


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