Seminar by Bruce Barton Apologetics Symposium Cedar Park Church, Bothell WA April 6th, 2016 One aspect of apologetics is showing how archaeology can support Biblical accuracy. This presentation attempts to make Bible archaeology culturally relevant by showing how it relates to issues facing our culture today. Atheists and skeptics accuse the God of the Old Testament as being an unjust, unforgiving tyrant. To answer these charges we examine the practices of the Canaanites and surrounding nations, including Sodom and Gomorrah, through archaeological evidence to show why God had to judge them and end their practices. This presentation will cover two [More]
Seminar by Bruce Barton Apologetics Symposium Cedar Park Church, Bothell WA April 6th, 2016 One aspect of apologetics is showing how archaeology can support Biblical accuracy. This presentation attempts to make Bible archaeology culturally relevant by showing how it relates to issues facing our culture today. Atheists and skeptics accuse the God of the Old Testament as being an unjust, unforgiving tyrant. To answer these charges we examine the practices of the Canaanites and surrounding nations, including Sodom and Gomorrah, through archaeological evidence to show why God had to judge them and end their practices. This presentation will cover two [More]
Archaeologist, Dr. Steven Collins directs the Tall el-Hammam Excavation Project in Jordan, the likely site of biblical Sodom. His latest book, Discovering the City of Sodom (Howard Books/Simon & Schuster 2013; co-authored with Dr. Latayne C. Scott), documents the search for, and discovery of the Bible’s most infamous city. His research, discoveries and excavations are challenging long-accepted views and revealing serious flaws in theories that deny historical authenticity to the patriarchal narratives of the Torah books, particularly Genesis. Many have hailed Dr. Collins’ discovery of Sodom as the most important discovery in the history of biblical archaeology. This presentation will [More]
“Interesting discussion on the location of Sodom with a detailed analysis of Gen. 13 and how it pinpoints where Sodom is located.”  Admin Apologetics Canada Conference 2011
Mike Caba, Dean of Faculty at Kilns College, details many of the correlations between findings in archaeology and the stories and characters recorded in the bible.
Mike Caba, Dean of Faculty at Kilns College, details many of the correlations between findings in archaeology and the stories and characters recorded in the bible.
40 archeological discoveries that authenticate people or places mentioned in the Bible.
by “The Land and the Book” radio show on (12.6.14) http://www.moodyradio.org/thelandandt…
Charlie Campbell delivers a fascinating study on Archeological Evidence for the Bible. Recorded at Calvary Chapel San Diego on August 4th, 2013, at our 9am service.
Excavations at Jericho showing the Biblical account is correct.
Pictures & Info at http://www.bible.ca/tracks/tracks-aca… | The Dinosaur Figurines Of Acambaro, MexicoAmazing evidence that dinosaurs and humans coexisted.In 1945 Waldemar Julsrud, a German immigrant and knowledgeable archeologist, discovered clay figurines buried at the foot of El Toro Mountain on the outskirts of Acambaro, Guanajuato, Mexico. Eventually over 33,000 ceramic figurines were found near El Toro as well as Chivo Mountain on the other side of town. Similar artifacts found in the area are identified with the Pre-classical Chupicuaro Culture (800 BC to 200 AD).The authenticity of Julsrud find was challenged because the huge collection included dinosaurs. Many archeologists believe dinosaurs have been [More]
Dalmanutha, a Biblical town described in the Gospel of Mark as the place where Jesus sailed after miraculously multiplying a few loaves and fish to feed 4,000 people, may have just been discovered by archaeologists, reports LiveScience. Read More  Dalmanutha, Biblical Town Mentioned In Gospel Of Mark, Possibly Discovered Archaeologists Claim.
For decades archaeologists have been searching for evidence to support the hypothesis that Shiloh served as a religious center in ancient times. Now, a stone altar dated to the Iron Age—the period of Israelite kings—was accidentally exposed during a dig conducted by an archaeological staff officer of the Civil Administration in Judea and Samaria. Read More  Shiloh Altar: Biblical Archaeology Provides Evidence of Ancient Religious Center | Jewish & Israel News Algemeiner.com.
Summary A real life adventure and journey to the most barren territories on this planet. Join us as we consult Scientists, Geologists, Archaeologists and Mineral experts. DON’T CONDEMN IT. BELIEVE IT. CORRECTION. WRONG DATE. THE DATE THE TEAM VISITED THIS AREA WAS THE 4th – FEBRUARY/2006. WHY are there so many Christians who are like Doubting Thomas? Bible Discoveries strengthens the believer as Archaeology proves the Bible, helping to provide evidence which in turn shores up faith. There we have another good reason why the Lord preserves Bible Discoveries.
http://edinburghcreationgroup.org | Did religion evolve from primitive nature worship, to belief in many gods, to belief in a single creator God? Paul James-…
wo Israeli archaeologists announced that they have found a palace and royal storehouse that belonged to King David. The two buildings are the largest structures standing during the tenth century BCE to have been found in the territory of the Kingdom of Judah. Read More Archaeologists say they’ve found one of King David’s palaces | The Times of Israel.
For decades secular archaeologists have dismissed the Bible’s account of Joshua’s battle at Ai. It bears little resemblance to the terrain at et-Tell. But what if they’re looking in the wrong place? Archaeology Joshua’s conquest of Jericho is one of the most exciting and popular accounts in all the Old Testament (Joshua 6). The events over the next few weeks, however, are less well-known and often overlooked. But the conquest of the Canaanite fortress (or city) of Ai, recounted in Joshua 7–8, remains of great importance in the history of God’s dealing with His people.1 Read More Getting Archaeology Right [More]
I this program geologist Dr. Steve Austin talks about earthquakes mentioned in the Bible and evidence for them in archaeology.
A response to Discovery Channel’s THE LOST TOMB OF JESUS. (produced by Avatar and Titanic director James Cameron). The same scholars who were interviewed in this documentary are interviewed here. Many of them express their dismay over how they were taken out of context to make it appear that they think the supposed lost tomb of Jesus was authentic. What explanation can be given for the empty tomb of Jesus of Nazareth? The New Testament records the first-century event: The disciples of Jesus reported that he was risen from the dead, while Roman soldiers were paid to claim his followers [More]
Dr. Patton is the staff Geologist for the Qumran Plateau excavation in Israel, the site that produced the Dead Sea Scrolls some 2,000 years ago. These scrolls, perhaps the most significant archeological discovery of all time, have changed the way we view the Bible. Many have been led to believe that the original text of the Bible has deteriorated over years of copying and recopying. The Dead Sea Scrolls provide a test of that hypothesis, allowing us to compare modern versions with recently discovered manuscripts written over 2,000 years ago. Dr. Patton will take you to the same scene of [More]
In the Bible Persia interacts a great deal with the nation of Israel. But how do the recorded historical accounts of the Persians match up with those of Israel recorded in the Bible. Dr Mark Woolmer
Traditionally ancient historians have used records of the reign’s of Egyptian kings as the basis of their chronology. This has lead many to believe that the Old Testament gives an unreliable record of history. However recent evidence suggests that a number of Egyptian kings reigned simultaneously rather than consecutively. Mark Woolmer explains this is taken into account striking similarities are found between the Egyptian and Hebrew records and new light is shed on archaeological discoveries. This is a fascinating exploration of the current debate in ancient history. Egyptian Clay Tablets Found – 5000 Years Old – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRl09M… Edinburgh Creation Group [More]
Dr. Patton is the staff Geologist for the Qumran Plateu excavation in Israel, the site that produced the Dead Sea Scrolls some 2,000 years ago. These scrolls, perhaps the most significant archeological discovery of all time, have changed the way we view the Bible. Many have been led to believe that the original text of the Bible has deteriorated over years of copying and recopying. The Dead Sea Schrolls provide a test of that hypothesis, allowing us to compare modern versions with recently discovered manuscripts written over 2,000 years ago. Dr. Patton will take you to the same scene of [More]
Proof of Bible History – Jericho Unearthed Witness Archaeologists Caught In Lies as the Truth of the Bible is Unearthed! ‘Fair Use’ Notice – Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107 This video contains copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. It is being made available in an effort to advance the understanding of environmental, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, and social justice issues, and for the purposes of historical debate. It is believed that this constitutes a ‘fair use’ of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of [More]
Seminar by Stan LutzSeattle Creation Conference, October 2009.Description:The Ica stones are a collection of over fifteen thousand carved stones discovered in the vicinity of Ica, Peru. The Ica stones display images ranging from dinosaurs to telescopes to open-heart surgery. The images on the stones were apparently created in pre-Columbian times and buried in a large number of tombs alongside Native American mummies.About the Speaker:Stan Lutz has been to Peru and seen many of the burial sites and stones of Ica. The stones indicate that ancient man knew what dinosaurs looked like. They show man had very high degrees of technology. [More]
Why is archaeology important to the study of the Bible? Learn why with Dr. James Fleming on the show Christ in Prophecy.
In this episode of Giving An Answer, HC interviews Dr. Scott Matscherz on “Archeological Evidence for the Old Testament”. Dr. Matscherz shares photos he took of archeological evidence that supports the Old Testament biblical accounts.