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The Gabriel Revelation and Jesus’ resurrection
Does the New Testament plagiarize its notion of Jesus’ resurrection on the third day from the Gabriel Revelation?
by Shaun Doyle
Is CMI confusing Egyptian chronology?
A critic writes into CMI saying we are confusing when it comes to Egyptian chronology, and that Joseph’s pharaoh must have been an Egyptian.
by Gavin Cox, Gary Bates
Strengthening the Shishak/Shoshenq synchrony
How strong is the evidence that pharaoh 'Shoshenq I' of Egyptian archaeology is the biblical Shishak?
by Gavin Cox
Stonehenge’s solar secrets
New discoveries at Stonehenge reveal the ancient builders had accurate knowledge of the solar 365.25 day year.
by Gavin Cox
The Balaam inscription from Deir ‘Alla
Archaeology sheds light on the prophet Balaam from the book of Numbers. Explore the evidence that supports the Bible.
by Keaton Halley
Chalk challenges deep-time dogma
How the famous white cliffs of Dover testify to Noah’s Flood
by Gavin Cox
Egypt’s Great Pyramid, pre-Flood, or post-Flood? Questions answered!
Commenter believes The Great Pyramid of Giza, was constructed before the Flood. CMI’s Gavin Cox responds.
by Gavin Cox
Do claimed dates for Göbekli Tepe and the Lost City of Dwarka outdate the Bible’s timeline?
Claimed dates for the Neolithic site Göbekli Tepe predate the Bible’s date of creation, and the Lost City of Dwarka supposedly predates the Flood—how should creationists respond?
by Gavin Cox
The Birka Pinhead
Viking ‘Dragons of the Sea’ defy evolutionary theory
by Philip Robinson
The oldest example of applied geometry in the world
A newly interpreted Old-Babylonian clay tablet reveals a sophisticated understanding of mathematics and survey consistent with the biblical timeframe
by Gavin Cox
The antikythera mechanism
The Antikythera Mechanism has proven to be an astonishingly complex mechanical computer capable of predicting the planets positions contradicting evolutionary ideas of primitive ancient man
by Gavin Cox
Where did the Israelites cross the “Red Sea”?
The location of the Israelites Red Sea crossing has perplexed scholars and intrigued the public for centuries. Multiple places have been suggested, each with a set of strengths and weaknesses.
by Robert Carter