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How does the Bible teach 6,000 years?
Calculating the dates from the Flood to the Exile.
by Lita Sanders
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
Joshua’s long day
Wouldn’t people be flung into space if the world stopped rotating? What really happened?
by Russell Grigg
The ten plagues of Egypt
Are naturalistic explanations of the ten plagues of Egypt valid?
by Russell Grigg
Archaeologist confirms creation and the Bible
Interview with archaeologist Dr Clifford Wilson on the historical reliability of the Bible.
by Carl Wieland
Meeting the ancestors
Noah’s father, Lamech, could have talked to Adam!
by Russell Grigg
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 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
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
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
Archaeology supports the Bible
How archaeological evidence shows the Bible is a reliable record of real history.
by Keaton Halley
Mesopotamian monsters in Paris
Ancient Mesopotamian artifacts show evidence of ancient knowledge of dinosaurs.
by Dominic Statham