Jeremiah and the Border Marker of Pharaoh Hophra
Aug 4, 2022
In June 2021 a farmer working in his field near Ismailia, Egypt discovered a sandstone stela carved with ancient writing. It was a border marker of Pharaoh Wahibre also known as Pharaoh Hophra to Jeremiah and Ezekiel.
There are skeptics who think the "courtroom scene" as told in the gospels is complete fiction. They say the gospels portray an illegal, nonsensical trial. Fortunately, archaeology and history do not agree.
Archaeology: Proving Genesis Right...Again
Feb 28, 2022
Need more evidence ancient man was not so primitive?
5 Ways To Grow More Confident In God
Dec 1, 2021
What would you answer to those who by one hand or the other challenge your interest in these things, who would make you feel guilty if they knew the nagging uncertainty you were seeking to resolve through your search?
Laws, Lawlessness and Leviticus
Sep 15, 2021
It is probably safe to say Leviticus is not many people's favorite book of the Bible. Deuteronomy may not rate much higher than Leviticus. But there are some good reasons for knowing what's in these books.
Has an Archaeologist Found the Face of God?
Aug 5, 2020
I may have shared something about this before, but it is in the news again. I'm not sure how far this story is going to go, so here is a heads up. Prepare those young minds in your care!