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In part one of this episode of Digging for Truth, we talked with Dr. Todd Wood about Ape Men, Lucy, Neanderthals and hominid fossil remains. In Part-Two, we further explore the evidence, and discuss its relationship to the Bible’s presentation of human origins. Topics include the Dmanisi skulls, the shattering of human culture with the Babel incident, and the range of human diversity. (Part Two).

 

The Missing Link. Ape Men. Lucy. Neanderthals. They refer to fossil remains from the earth’s past. The Bible tells us that the human race originated with two people who were directly and supernaturally created by God: Adam and Eve. Do these kind of fossils and skeletal remains disprove the account of human origins recorded in the Bible? Dr. Todd Wood joins us to discuss these fascinating discoveries. (Part One).

 

The location of Mount Sinai is both hotly debated and of great interest in biblical and historical studies. Dr. Bryant G. Wood joins us in the studio to talk about ABR's research on this fascinating topic (part one of two).

 

The location of the Red Sea crossing is both hotly debated and of great interest in biblical and historical studies. Dr. Bryant G. Wood joins us in the studio to talk about ABR's research on this fascinating topic (part one of two).

 

Dr. Bryant Wood joins us in the studio as we discuss the archaeological evidence related to the Israelite Sojourn in Egypt. Topics in Part Three include: the monumental tomb at Avaris, Pharaohs of the famine, Nomarchs, and the Khu-Sebek Stela.

 

Dr. Bryant Wood joins us in the studio as we discuss the archaeological evidence related to the Israelite Sojourn in Egypt. Topics in Part Two include: Monumental tomb at Avaris, Pharaohs of the famine, Nomarchs, and the Khu-Sebek Stela.

 

Dr. Bryant Wood joins us in the studio for a three part round table discussion of the Israelite Sojourn in Egypt. Topics include: the Israelite four room house, the Asiatic settlement at Tell el Daba, and the Beni Hasan Tomb painting.

There are 27 books in the NT. How do we know these are the right books? Why 27? Why not more, or less? Why are there some ancient books not found in the NT, such as the Gospel of Thomas? Did powerful bishops at the 4th century AD council of Nicea effectively ban these other books and force the Church to accept the 27 books we have today? Dr. Michael Kruger joins us to answer these questions and to discuss the NT Canon.

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