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What we read in the Bible has a clear historical connection. In Digging for Truth, Bryan Windle reveals archeological evidence for biblical characters and events to help us make links between scripture and history.

What we read in the Bible has a clear historical connection. In Digging for Truth, Bryan Windle reveals archeological evidence for biblical characters and events to help us make links between scripture and history.

In this episode of Digging for Truth, hear Bryan Windle discuss archaeological evidence for Daniel.

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Posted with permission from Hope Stream Radio and Bryan Windle.

What we read in the Bible has a clear historical connection. In Digging for Truth, Bryan Windle reveals archeological evidence for biblical characters and events to help us make links between scripture and history.

What we read in the Bible has a clear historical connection. In Digging for Truth, Bryan Windle reveals archeological evidence for biblical characters and events to help us make links between scripture and history.

Believe it or not, the archaeological Achilles' heel of the Book of Mormon is not the multiple cities it discusses that have never been found, but rather the one city it mentions that is actually real: Jerusalem.

Mount Moriah -- the Mountain of the LORD. More than 4,000 years of recorded history have been played out on that particular spot...

For the last few days, all of Jerusalem has been waiting expectantly for snow which was forecast.

We all know what the graves of people look like, but there are other kinds of graves as well. The graves of cities lie scattered in mounds across the lands of the Bible. These ancient mounds are called tels, meaning 'heaps of ruins' in Hebrew, cities built upon the ruins of another, stacked up higher and higher over time.

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