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  • Why the Shipwreck of Paul Was Not on the Munxar Reef on Malta

    the St. Paul's Bay area. Wrong Cargo and Wrong Origin or Destination On December 8, 2011, Cornuke was interviewed on the 'Prophecy in the News' television program. On the show, he claims that in the 1960's the Italians found a shipwreck on the Munxar...
  • Iraq and the Bible

    by Nebuchadnezzar March 16, 597 BC, and the Cyrus Cylinder recording the fall of Babylon (in fulfillment of Biblical prophecy) in 539 BC and the subsequent freeing of captives so they could return to their native lands as was the case with the Judeans...
  • Biblical Cities: From the Air

    Jerusalem. First the Lord says, 'I will make Jerusalem a heap of ruins,' (Jeremiah 9:11) which is followed by another prophecy, 'the city shall be rebuilt on its mound, and the palace shall stand where it used to be.' (Jeremiah 30:18). As with...
  • Of Peleg and Pangaea

    and requires us, if Schroeder's understanding is correct, to see Peleg's name as either a renaming or a kind of prophecy of something that would happen sometime after his birth. Both of these ideas seem to involve special pleading not justified by the...
  • Jesus Christ on The Inerrancy of Scripture

    all but a few books. Yet those also were in His canon. He did not refute any of them. 2. For a good summary of fulfilled prophecy, see Wenham 1953: 23-24. 3. See Matthew 26:53-56; Luke 24:25-27; John 5:39-47. 4. The Pentateuch is but one book in five...
  • Born in Bethlehem

    video short, Born in Bethlehem, describes the textual and archaeological evidence connected to the fulfillment of Micah's prophecy. God proclaimed it through His prophets; it came to pass; we can still see the evidence today…Jesus was born in Bethlehem....
  • There Wasn't Any Inn

    pierce through your soul also' (Lk 2:35), and later, as Mary watched her son dying in pain and anguish on the cross, this prophecy came true. There was also a prophetess named Anna, the daughter of Phanuel of the Tribe of Asher. She was a widow and was...
  • What is the importance of the Dead Sea Scrolls?

    original scrolls, from what came to be called 'Cave One,' comprised the following: a well-preserved copy of the entire prophecy of Isaiah-the oldest copy of an Old Testament book ever to be discovered another fragmentary scroll of Isaiah a commentary on...
  • The Star of Bethlehem

    500 years prior to this, from whom the Magi could have learned these details. Most likely, the Magi were also aware of the prophecy found in Numbers 24:17 which states, "A star will come out of Jacob." Church tradition says the star guided three kings...
  • Bible and Spade Sneak Preview: Spring 2011

    cylinder, the DSS provide us with more evidence that Daniel was written at the time the Bible records, and that the prophecy concerning Cyrus the Great was not invented by editors after the fact. Dr. Bryant Wood details the evidence concerning Assyrian...
  • Who Was Born When Enosh Was 90?: A Semantic Reevaluation of William Henry Green's Chronological Gaps

    Grove, IE: InterVarsity Press, 2002), 117-18. 5. William Hales, A New Analysis of Chronology and Geography, History and Prophecy, 2nd ed. (London: C.J.G. & E Rivington, 1830), 1:211-12; Hugh Magennis, The Cambridge Introduction to Anglo-Saxon Literature...
  • Book Review: From Abraham to Paul: A Biblical Chronology: Part I

    (Yose's mentor Rabbi Akiba called the leader of the revolt Bar-Kochba, 'son of the star' referring to the messianic prophecy of Numbers 24:51, but Yose wrote his name as Bar-Kozeba, 'son of the lie.') In the third century A.D. the Christian martyr...
  • The Tel Dan Stela and the Kings of Aram and Israel

    an arrow as Joram was fleeing (2 Kgs 9:14–24). Jehu ordered Joram’s body to be thrown on the field of Naboth to fulfill a prophecy he heard after Naboth was murdered by Joram’s mother Jezebel (2 Kgs 9:25–26). Jehoram, King of Judah (ca. 848—841 BC)...

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