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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
Göbekli Tepe shows evidence of geometric planning
Göbekli Tepe is one of the world’s oldest architectural sites and is associated with early biblical history. It reveals further secrets demonstrating the mathematical and engineering knowledge of post-Flood man.
by Phil Robinson and Robert Carter
Intriguing Ice-Age art
Ice Age cartoons unearthed in Britain’s Channel Islands give insights into the lives of post-Ice Age colonizers.
by Gavin Cox
Was the Bible updated?
We answer the question: Was the Bible’s text updated by later scribes?
by Lita Sanders
Stonehenge: new discoveries are still stunning archaeologists!
Archaeologists uncover huge new structure near Stonehenge testifying to ancient man’s ingenuity and brilliance.
by Gavin Cox
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
Canaanite Hazor—the Bible got it right
Uncommon knowledge of the ancient city preserved in Scripture
by Keaton Halley
Was Pharaoh Shoshenq—the plunderer of Jerusalem?
Does the evidence line up with the Bible’s account?
by Gary Bates
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!
‘Stone Age’ relic of post-Babel construction?
by Gavin Cox
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