In 'Should Archaeology Make You Doubt the Bible?', we venture into the world of biblical archaeology, examining how archaeological findings affirm the authenticity of the Bible. Far from instigating doubt, these discoveries provide a fascinating supplement to biblical narratives and corroborate historical accuracy.
The Dead Sea Scrolls serve as a pivotal link to the past, revealing new depths to Old Testament texts. From creation to prophecy, these ancient documents shed light on the mysteries of the Bible, providing a richer understanding of the Scriptures and reaffirming their timeless truths.
Dive into the fascinating world of biblical archaeology as we explore the ancient city of Jezreel. From the reign of King Ahab and Queen Jezebel to the captivating discoveries made by archaeologists, this article unveils the rich historical tapestry buried beneath the ruins of Jezreel and how it correlates with biblical accounts. Discover the story of Jezreel as you've never heard it before.
Discover the intricate connections between Assyrian inscriptions and biblical narratives. This article delves into three notable Assyrian artifacts: The Monolith Inscription of Shalmaneser III, The Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III, and The Prism of Sennacherib, examining their historical relevance and the fascinating insights they provide about Hebrew Kings of the Old Testament era.
Genesis 8:4 tells us that Noah's Ark landed on the mountains of Ararat after the flood. Numerous expeditions have sought to locate the Ark, leading to various claims and conjectures. This article dives into these claims, the geological evidence, and the importance of faith in understanding this historical event.
Do secular history and archaeology agree with what the Bible says about this ancient land? Explore the fascinating world of biblical archaeological finds in Egypt that provide valuable insights into the historical context and corroborate the biblical narrative. Discover how these ancient artifacts have enriched our understanding of the relationships between Egypt and the Bible's events and figures.