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Digging for Truth TV

In the first of a four part series, Ted Wright of Epic Archaeology joins us to talk about Defending the Christian faith. We will be talking about the question, "Does Truth Exist?"

King Ahab ruled in Israel for 22 years. A great deal of archaeological evidence has been found connected to this wicked king. Bryan Windle will join us to talk about the Samaria ivories, the Kurkh Monolith, Jezebel's seal, and Naboth's vineyard.

Bryan Windle joins us to discuss the life and times of King Hezekiah. Topics of discussion include: Hezekiah's tunnel, seals and bullae, the Siloam Inscription, Lachish, and the Taylor Prism.

Dr. Scott Stripling, Associates for Biblical Research Director of the Shiloh Excavations, joins us to talk about the historical and archaeological evidence for synagogues in the days of Jesus Christ. Topics include: synagogues in the NT and their purposes, and archaeological evidence in Judea and Samaria for synagogues in the New Testament era.

Tim Chaffey joins us for our second episode to talk about the life sized Noah's Ark built by Answers in Genesis in Williamstown, KY.

Tim Chaffey joins us to talk about the life sized Noah's Ark built by Answers in Genesis in Williamstown, KY. We will be discussing the scope of the Flood as it is given in the biblical texts, the number of animal "kinds" needed, and worldview paradigms. Part One of Two.

Pilate is mentioned by name 56 times in the Gospels. He ruled as the Roman Prefect of Judea from 26-36 AD, and condemned Jesus to death. Bryan Windle joins us to discuss the archaeological and literary evidence for the person of Pontius Pilate, one of the most important figures in world history.

Our knowledge of Gallio in Acts 18 comes not only from Scripture, but also from writers outside of the Bible. Gallio was an important Roman official, and the son of Seneca. Archaeologically there are two discoveries that relate to Gallio: the bema in Corinth and the Delphi Inscription. Bryan Windle breaks it all down for us.


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