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Looking for something worthwhile to do during the Corona-virus quarantine? Pastor Bryan Windle and Henry Smith share faith building archaeological resources.

Dr. Scott Stripling joins us to talk about his new book, "The Power of Covenant in Times of Crisis."

What has the 21st century learned from experiences like 9/11 or the COVID-19 pandemic? In times past, life was understood through the lens of covenant, a concept that has largely fallen off the radar of modern society. History clearly shows that God interacted with man in ancient times through covenants. But is that still how he views humanity today? Does God still covenant?

The Coronavirus has not only spread around the globe, infecting millions of people and killing tens of thousands, it has shut down economies, social activities, and even church gatherings. Where can we turn during this time of crisis? What sure answers are there? Are there any sure answers? What kind of Truths can we dig up to give us peace and assurance? Henry Smith and Scott Lanser discuss the Coronavirus and the Gospel. Subjects include: prayer requests for the ABR ministry, Romans 8:19-22, Colossians 1:20, and Adam's Fall.

For centuries, historians and archaeologists have tried to determine the correct location of Bethsaida, recorded in the New Testament. New excavations at El-Araj on the northeast shore of the Sea of Galilee and excavations at Et-Tell have created a debate about its correct location. Bryan Windle joins DFT to sift through the arguments as we attempt to answer the question: "Where is Biblical Bethsaida?"

Ted Wright of Epic Archaeology joins us again to talk about the reliability of the Bible and the archaeological record. Topics include: Epic Archaeology Museum Tours, Archaeology and Apologetics, the historical Exodus, the 3rd Commandment, Lachish, the Taylor Prism, and Hezekiah.

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.

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ABRT 28 | 8/1/2019