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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
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
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
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
Who is wrong about the biblical date of the Flood, and the Great Pyramid? Somebody must be wrong somewhere …
John B from the UK writes into CMI questioning the article Time fears the pyramids? How they fit into the true biblical history. Gavin Cox and Gary Bates respond.
by Gavin Cox, Gary Bates
What’s the point of the pyramids?
Does it have something to do with Creation and Noah’s Flood?
by Gavin Cox
Time fears the pyramids?
How the Egyptian pyramids fit into the true biblical history
by Gavin Cox
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
Egyptian chronology confusion
Christian researchers understand the need for a revision of the standard Egyptian chronology. If Christians are working from the same premise though, why are there such huge differences of opinion?
by Gary Bates
The world’s oldest alphabet
Evidence suggests that the first alphabet may have been developed by the Hebrews, not the Phoenicians, as commonly believed.
by James R. Hughes
Was Pharaoh Shoshenq—the plunderer of Jerusalem?
Does the evidence line up with the Bible’s account?
by Gary Bates