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Was Pharaoh Shoshenq—the plunderer of Jerusalem?
Does the evidence line up with the Bible’s account?
by Gary Bates
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
Patterns of evidence: Exodus. A review
Increasingly, secular archaeologists claim there is no evidence of the Hebrew occupation of ancient Egypt. This film begs to differ.
by Gary Bates
Ancient Egypt confirms: Genesis is history
The ancient Egyptians knew what many modern theologians deny: Genesis is reliable history
by Carl Wieland
Creation in-depth: Elasmosaurus? No, you goose …
Is a dinosaur depicted in this ancient Egyptian hieroglyph?
by Carl Wieland
Resolving alleged conflicts between the Bible and other accounts of Egyptian history
Egyptologist Patrick Clarke responds to an enquiry about research into apparent conflicts between the Bible and conventional Egyptian chronologies.
by Patrick Clarke
Mesopotamian monsters in Paris
Ancient Mesopotamian artifacts show evidence of ancient knowledge of dinosaurs.
by Dominic Statham
How did they build the Great Pyramid?
An architect shows how it was feasible, and maybe even how they did it!
by Trevor Harris
The ten plagues of Egypt
Are naturalistic explanations of the ten plagues of Egypt valid?
by Russell Grigg
The mystery of the Mummy
What is the link between the death of Tutankhamun—the most famous Egyptian Pharaoh of them all—and evolution? Facts don’t speak for themselves!
by Dominic Statham
Egyptian history and the biblical record: a perfect match?
The historical accounts in Genesis and Exodus are often attacked on the basis of the ‘secure’ Egyptian chronology—but scholars are increasingly discovering that this is itself on shaky ground.
by By Daniel Anderson