Where is Noah’s Ark?
A closer look at the biblical clues.
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!
James ossuary withstands accusations
Bone box tells of Jesus. After a firestorm of controversy, with accusations of fraud, the ossuary appears to be genuine.
Joshua’s long day
Wouldn’t people be flung into space if the world stopped rotating? What really happened?
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.
The original ‘unknown’ god of China
The oldest Chinese writing shows that the people had the knowledge of the God of Genesis.
The language faculty: following the evidence
Attempts to link language and biological evolution have encountered impassible problems but the evidence points to a designed system.
Dating of “oldest pottery” from China is based on assumptions
The evidence is consistent with biblical history.
The Tower of Babel account affirmed by linguistics
How the account in Genesis 11 accurately records the origin of different languages.
K. J. Duursma
New archaeological find affirms Old Testament historicity
The discovery of a tablet with details of one of Nebuchadnezzar’s court officials supports the historicity of the book of Jeremiah.
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 Daniel Anderson
Archaeology supports the Bible
If the Bible records historical events accurately then there ought to be archaeological evidence for it.
Richard Fangrad and Thomas Bailey
The Bible declares: In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Genesis 1:1
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