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Jericho after Joshua’s destruction
Joshua destroyed and cursed Jericho, but did the ancient city lay in ruins forever? No. Archaeology and the Bible agree on the events that occurred at Jericho.
by Keaton Halley
Stunning Stonehenge!
Sneak peek of a powerful article from the latest Creation magazine. ‘Stone Age’ relic of post-Babel construction?
by Gavin Cox
Ancient Roman concrete
The Ancient Romans understood the correlation between natural sedimentary rock and man-made concrete
by Jonathan O'Brien
How old? When archaeology conflicts with the Bible.
Archaeologists discover a spear point “9000 years old”? But it’s far older than either the biblical date for the Flood or Creation. What is the answer to this?
by Gavin Cox
Can the Ica Stones be independently authenticated?
Thousands of engraved rocks, many depicting dinosaurs—are they authentic ancient artifacts?
by David Woetzel and Dennis Swift
Noah’s Ark on a Roman coin!
Sneak peek of latest Creation magazine. The oldest coin to depict a biblical scene. What shape Ark does it depict?
by Phil Robinson
The sounds of long-dead languages
Many ancient people left a written record of the spoken word, but it takes hard work to understand the texts.
by Dr Murray Adamthwaite
Answering a moral relativist
A critic says morality has evolutionary roots, and blasts creationists for their “narrow” worldview.
by Keaton Halley
Archaeology supports the Bible
How archaeological evidence shows the Bible is a reliable record of real history.
by Keaton Halley
The Bronze Tree of Sanxingdui
An intriguing archaeological find raises comparisons with the biblical account of the Fall.
by Stephen Brennecke
A tale of ancient toothpaste
by David Catchpoole
Our brains are getting bigger—no, smaller …
Evolutionists who linked human brain size to intelligence have had to change their story.
by Carl Wieland