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Dr. Scott Stripling joins us in the studio as we discuss the Excavations at Biblical Shiloh, sponsored by the Associates for Biblical Research (Part Two of Two).

Dr. Scott Stripling joins us in the studio as we discuss the Excavations at Biblical Shiloh, sponsored by the Associates for Biblical Research (Part One of Two).

 

Join Dr. Scott Stripling, Scott Lanser and Henry Smith in a round table discussion about the relationship between archaeology and the Bible. Topics of discussion include: worldview paradigms, a level playing field, and the Bible as an ancient text.

 

Join co-host Henry Smith as he interviews geologist Dr. Andrew Snelling. In part two, we discuss marine fossils, transcontinental geologic features, and the Grand Canyon.

Join co-host Henry Smith as he interviews geologist Dr. Andrew Snelling. In part one, we discuss the extent and nature of the Flood, and the eruption of Mt. St. Helens as a microcosm of what happened in the year of the Genesis Flood at the time of Noah.

Skeptics claim the Book of Daniel was originally authored in Israel during the Maccabean era (167-164 BC). The evidence from the Dead Sea Scrolls, and other archaeological discoveries refutes this erroneous claim. Daniel was written in the 6th century BC in Babylon. Daniel was able to predict the coming of future, earthly kingdoms, because the Lord God of Israel revealed the future to him. This powerfully demonstrates that the Book of Daniel was inspired by Yahweh.

 

Join Pastor Scott Lanser as he explains the Biblical imperative for defending the Christian Faith and the use of archaeology.

Many skeptics try to separate the realms of fact from the realm of faith. Watch as Scott Lanser and Henry Smith discuss this philosophical problem in the culture and its impact on the Church.

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