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Finding Adam—in Ancient Egypt
The Egyptians knew about Creation, Adam, Eve, the Serpent, and the Tree of Knowledge. This knowledge was handed down from Noah’s descendants after the Flood and Babel.
by Gavin Cox
“The Bible is not a science book!”
Compromise undermines the Gospel
by Gary Bates
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
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
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
Nimrod
Where does the biblical Nimrod fit into extrabiblical history?
by James R. Hughes
Remembering Bill Cooper (1947–2021)
Prolific author Bill Cooper has died (9 March 2021), author of numerous books, including After the Flood, and Authenticity of the Book of Genesis.
by Andrew Sibley
The search for Adam, Eve, Noah and the Flood—in Ancient Egypt?
Answering an interesting question about whether the Ancient Egyptians knew about Adam’s genealogies up to Noah and Mizraim.
by Gavin Cox
Canaanite Hazor—the Bible got it right
Sneak peek of a powerful article from the latest Creation magazine. Uncommon knowledge of the ancient city preserved in Scripture
by Keaton Halley
Patterns of Evidence: The Red Sea Miracle provides compelling evidence for the Bible
The third installment of Patterns of Evidence examines the question: can we really believe God parted the Red Sea?
by Lita Sanders
Where was Eden?
What information does the Bible give us that might help to locate Eden?
by Lita Cosner and Robert Carter
Hebrew professor affirms Genesis as real history
Dr Stephen Schrader, former Old Testament Department Chair and Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament, explains the importance of a historical Genesis.
by Jonathan Sarfati