10 Things You Should Know About Biblical Archaeology

10 Things You Should Know About Biblical Archaeology

1. Biblical Archaeology is over 100 Years Old Biblical archaeology got its start over a hundred years ago in 1890 with British archaeologist, Sir William Matthews Flinders Petrie. Petrie learned groundbreaking excavation techniques from the German archaeologist,...
The Flight Into Egypt: The Holy Family in the Land of the Pharaohs

The Flight Into Egypt: The Holy Family in the Land of the Pharaohs

The Flight into Egypt  The Holy Family in the Land of the Pharaohs  On the surface, the Christmas story is a very simple one. It is about the birth of a child.  The child of the Christmas story, however, isn’t just about any child – He was the Son...
Turkey – Anatolia: Survey of an Ancient Biblical Land

Turkey – Anatolia: Survey of an Ancient Biblical Land

Geography & the Bible  A key part of understanding the text of the Bible is geography. Most Bible believers today give a cursory nod to the maps located in the backs of their Bibles, but the maps are essential for properly understanding the meaning of the...
Abraham’s Day: Archaeological & Historical Evidence for the Father of Faith

Abraham’s Day: Archaeological & Historical Evidence for the Father of Faith

Abraham: The Father of Faith He didn’t build any major cities. He left behind no enduring monuments of stone or marble. He didn’t inscribe any clay tablets [that we know of]. He came from the very cradle of human civilization itself – ancient Mesopotamia....