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Ted Wright of Epic Archaeology joins us to talk about the need for archaeology in Christian apologetics, philosophical biases against the Bible, and the historical Sojourn and Exodus (part one).

Bryan Windle joins us to talk about the top 10 archaeological discoveries of 2019 related to the Bible. Topics include: the 7th century BC Adoniyahu bulla (royal steward), an ash layer and arrowhead pointing to the Babylonian destruction of Jerusalem, evidence from El-Araj concerning Bethsaida, three alter horns from Shiloh, and the Nathan-Melech bulla. Part Two.

Bryan Windle joins us to discuss the top ten archaeological discoveries in 2019 related to the Bible. Part one includes a discussion of five discoveries: Rehoboam's Wall at Lachish, a possible location for Emmaus, Asheklon Skeletal DNA, a Moabite altar in Jordan, and a monumental staircase at Hazor.

The Director of the Shiloh Excavations, Dr. Scott Stripling, will join us for this latest episode of Digging for Truth. We'll be talking about the first three seasons of excavations at Shiloh (Part Two).

For more on the Shiloh Excavations, visit www.DigShiloh.org

Dr. Scott Stripling, the Director of the Shiloh Excavations, joins us to talk about the first three seasons at Shiloh (Part One). If you would like to volunteer at the Shiloh Excavations, visit www.DigShiloh.org

On this episode of Digging for Truth, co-hosts Henry Smith and Scott Lanser will be discussing the doctrine of Scripture. Topics will include: Inspiration and Preservation, and Jesus' views on Scripture (Part Two).

On this episode of Digging for Truth, co-hosts Henry Smith and Scott Lanser discuss the doctrine of Scripture and its inherent, self-authenticating authority. Topics include: the Chicago Statement, self-authenticating authority, inerrancy, the inspiration of Scripture, and the character of God (Part One).

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).

 

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