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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
Belshazzar: The second most powerful man in Babylon
How archaeology vindicated the Bible’s curious claims about King Belshazzar
by Keaton Halley
The Stone ‘Age’—a figment of the imagination?
Claims that there was such a time as the Stone Age are not supported by the evidence.
by Robert Niemand
Ancient civilizations and modern man
For evolutionists, our ancestors must be dumb and ‘on the way’ to becoming smarter, but the evidence points rather to them being highly intelligent.
by David Criswell
Culture clash
When Europeans encountered Aboriginals on the Australian island of Tasmania, they assumed them to be not far removed from animal ancestors because of their ‘lack’ of technology.
by Carl Wieland
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
A tale of ancient toothpaste
by David Catchpoole
Creation in-depth: Elasmosaurus? No, you goose …
Is a dinosaur depicted in this ancient Egyptian hieroglyph?
by Carl Wieland
Ophel inscription: oldest Hebrew writing in Jerusalem corroborates biblical history
This new archaeological find supports the historicity of Israel’s kings.
by Douglas Petrovich
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