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Digging for Truth TV

Every year thousands of archaeologists and volunteers dig in the lands of the Bible. Hundreds of news stories come from these archaeological excavation reporting on important finds. 2018 was an exciting year as amazing discoveries were made that affirmed numerous details from the biblical text. From personal artifacts of biblical people to evidence of a biblical battle to inscriptions that illuminate Scripture. On this episode of Digging for Truth, Bryan Windle will explore the Top Ten Discoveries of Biblical Archaeology in 2018. (All episodes of Digging for Truth are produced by WBPH TV-60 and Associates for Biblical Research: www.BibleArchaeology.org)

 

Did dinosaurs really live over 65 millions years ago? How do they relate to the Bible? What are the implications for the discovery of intact bio-materials being found in dinosaur fossils allegedly tens of millions of years old? On this episode of Digging for Truth, we interview microbiologist Dr. Kevin Anderson. We will discuss a four-foot triceratops horn discovered by Dr. Anderson and his team in Montana. This horn contained soft, stretchy bio-material, which could not have survived millions of years. The worldview and scientific implications are enormous (part two).

 

What does the Bible say about dinosaurs? Does their existence disprove Genesis 1 and 2? What are the implications for the discovery of soft protein materials being found in dinosaur fossils allegedly tens of millions of years old? In our interview with microbiologist Dr. Kevin Anderson, find out how recent fossil discoveries and related scientific studies challenge the prevailing macro-evolutionary, long-age paradigm of earth history.

 

Tim Chaffey of Risen Ministries joins us for a two-part discussion of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. In part two, we discuss Gary Habermas' five minimal facts of the Resurrection, and Mr. Chaffey's book: In Defense of Easter. We will also discuss: "liars don't make good martyrs," Muslim explanations (Sirah 4), the "swoon theory," and mass hallucinations. For more, visit: www.RisenMin.com

 

Tim Chaffey of Risen Ministries joins us for a two-part discussion of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. In part one, we discuss the biblical data, the appearances of Jesus after his death, Gary Habermas' five minimal facts of the Resurrection, and Mr. Chaffey's book: In Defense of Easter. For more, visit: www.RisenMin.com

 

Joel Kramer of SourceFlix joins us from Amman, Jordan to talk about an Egyptian Inscription from the Sudan referring to "the Land of the Nomads of Yahweh." This is the oldest known inscription mentioning the God of Israel, and it reveals fascinating truths about the accuracy of the Bible.

 

Gary Byers joins us in the studio to talk about the "other Holy Land," Jordan. Topics include: the Madaba Map, Mount Nebo, the tribes of Reuben and Gad, the Ammonites, the Edomites, Abel Shittim, and the Moabite Stone.

 

Archaeologist Gary Byers joins us for the latest episode of Digging for Truth, where we discuss ancient Babylon. Topics include: Old Babylon, the Tower of Babel, Hammurabi, Nebuchadnezzar, Alexander the Great, and the City of God. (All episodes of Digging for Truth are produced by WBPH TV-60 and Associates for Biblical Research: www.BibleArchaeology.org)

 

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