The science of archaeology has provided a tremendous depository of evidence that undergirds the historical accuracy of the Holy Scriptures. One example of this involves a number of significant discoveries that corroborate the accuracy of the book of Jeremiah.
This article examines archaeological evidence confirming facts presented in the Bible.
If you are interested in Bible archaeology, you will not want to miss visiting the famous Oriental Institute, should you be in the Chicago area. It is one of the finest museums in the country, containing a great treasure of artifacts related to Bible lands.
Several important achaeological discoveries demonstrate once again the uncanny accuracy of the Bible.
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Were the events in Daniel chapter 3 recorded accurately? Archaeology once again confirms the authenticity of the Bible.
A few days ago news sources announced the discovery of a stone seal from the rubble of Jerusalem that relates to a family name in ancient Jerusalem. Read about this fascinating “find.”
“To err is human.” This truth is forcefully illustrated when one examines the literary productions of mankind. Amazingly, however, the Bible is unblemished by the flaws that generally characterize man’s writings.
A study of Joshua’s great victory over the ancient city of Jericho
The ridiculous creation fables of mankind only serve to emphasize the genuineness of the Genesis account of the beginning.
Lee Strobel became convinced that the evidence for the identity of Jesus as the Son of God is rock solid. His book is the record of his intriguing journey from atheist to believer.
Some allege that some 3,000 people could not have been immersed on the day of Pentecost because: (a) There was not enough time for twelve apostles to accomplish that feat; (b) There was not enough water in Jerusalem to accommodate such a great multitude.
Paperback; 473 pages; A verse-by-verse commentary on the book of Acts written on the popular level.
Shortly before his death, Christ informed his disciples that the Jewish temple would be destroyed, and not one stone would be left upon another. Some claim the prophecy failed. What are the facts?
This article addresses the identity of the Nephilim mentioned in Genesis 6:4.
This article addresses recent reports of possible evidence in the Black Sea for the Genesis flood.
Archaeology, time and time again, has confirmed the accuracy and reliability of the Bible as a historical document.
This article examines two areas of Joshua’s conquest of Canaan: the battle of Jericho and the destruction of Hazor. Are the accounts accurate?
Why do our children succumb to apostasy when they reach maturity? What can we do about it?
A reader feels there may be some conflict between the first two chapters of the book of Genesis. But is this the case? Take a closer look at the supposed problem.