Explore the City of David, a fascinating archaeological site that uncovers Jerusalem's ancient past. Located south of the Old City, this excavation offers a window into the biblical world, providing historical evidence that aligns with the narrative of Ancient Israel.
This compelling article delves into the intriguing question of whether the giant Gilgamesh was found intact in his tomb after the Euphrates River dried up. Drawing on Scriptural accounts, historical documentation, and archaeological findings, the article provides a balanced perspective on this riveting subject.
In "Reassessing Pontius Pilate," the author provides a conservative biblical examination of Pontius Pilate's rule and decisions. Responding to Agnostic Bart D. Ehrman's portrayal, the article explores historical and Scriptural evidence to shed light on the Crucifixion and Burial of Jesus.
Dive into the fascinating world of biblical archaeology and explore how numerous archaeological discoveries over the years have significantly corroborated the historical accounts of the Bible. Discover the connection between ancient civilizations and biblical narratives, strengthening the historical reliability of Scripture. This article ends far different than you might have expected.
The Tel Dan Stele, an archaeological find from northern Israel in 1993, provides the first historical mention of King David outside the Bible. This discovery has significantly contributed to validating the historicity of King David and providing context to the biblical accounts of his reign.
This comprehensive exploration dives into the biblical archaeology of the three most renowned tombs associated with Jesus Christ. Comparing historical, archaeological, and biblical evidence, we analyze the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the Garden Tomb, and the Talpiot Tomb to discern which holds the most weight in the quest for the real tomb of Jesus.
Explore the debate over Jesus' crucifixion, whether he was impaled on a stake or crucified on a cross, and examine the arguments on historical, archaeological, biblical, and moral grounds.
This article presents the argument of conservative Christian apologists who contend that religious experience can provide evidence for the existence of God. It examines key biblical passages that relate to the question of religious experience, and argues that religious experience, based on personal testimony and subjective experience, can be a valid form of evidence for God's existence. Conservative Christian apologists point to the transformative power of religious experience, the sense of moral conviction and purpose it can provide, and its consistency with biblical teachings about God's presence in the world. They argue that religious experience should be considered alongside other forms of evidence in a comprehensive case for the existence of God.