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Defending Faith of Our Fathers
Dr Chan Kei Thong, author of Faith of our Fathers, answers a critical review.
by Chan Kei Thong
The biomedical properties of ancient Egyptian black eye makeup
Ancient man was at least as intelligent as his modern counterpart.
by Patrick Clarke
How did they build the Great Pyramid?
An architect shows how it was feasible, and maybe even how they did it!
by Trevor Harris
Archaeologist confirms creation and the Bible
Interview with archaeologist Dr Clifford Wilson on the historical reliability of the Bible.
by Carl Wieland
The ten plagues of Egypt
Are naturalistic explanations of the ten plagues of Egypt valid?
by Russell Grigg
Meeting the ancestors
Noah’s father, Lamech, could have talked to Adam!
by Russell Grigg
How does Göbekli Tepe fit with biblical history?
How does this supposedly 12,000-year-old archaeological find fit with biblical history?
by Lita Sanders
Where is Noah’s Ark?
A closer look at the biblical clues.
by D Russell Humphreys
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
James ossuary withstands accusations
Bone box tells of Jesus. After a firestorm of controversy, with accusations of fraud, the ossuary appears to be genuine.
by Chris Ashcraft
Joshua’s long day
Wouldn’t people be flung into space if the world stopped rotating? What really happened?
by Russell Grigg
Computers on the Ark?
The Ark was totally feasible with technology known to the ancient world. But Ark defenders who assert superior science by Noah overlook the biblical worldview that made science possible.
by Jonathan Sarfati