Category Archives: Archaeological

Archaeology Testifies to the Hezekiah of the Bible

Below are a video (2:58) and an audio (3:55), produced by different sources, which report yet another occasion where modern archaeology confirms the claims of the ancient Bible. People interested in history and truth turn to the Bible. Video (2:58) … Continue reading

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A Brief Sample of Old Testament Archaeological Corroboration

From J. Warner Wallace. I’ve learned to test witnesses in my criminal investigations before trusting their testimony, and I evaluate them with the template we typically use in jury trials. One dimension of this template is corroboration: Is there any … Continue reading

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A Brief Sample of Archaeology Corroborating the Claims of the New Testament | Cold Case Christianity

Opening excerpt: Sir William Mitchell Ramsay, a 19th Century English historian and prolific writer, held a pervasive anti-Biblical bias. He believed the historical accounts in the Book of Acts were written in the mid-2nd Century. Ramsay was skeptical of Luke’s … Continue reading

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The Case for the Reliability of the Old Testament (Bible Insert) | Cold Case Christianity

The Case for the Reliability of the Old Testament (Bible Insert) | Cold Case Christianity.

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Craig Evans and Bart Ehrman Debate the Historical Reliability of the New Testament Regarding Jesus of Nazareth

The title of this debate between Craig Evans and Bart Ehrman is “Does the New Testament Present a Reliable Portrait of the Historical Jesus?”  (recorded January 19, 2012 at St. Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada) Craig Evans on … Continue reading

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Q: Can We Trust Jesus through the Bible Without Being Religious?

This following answer was originally given here, in response to an unbeliever’s challenge to the historical reliability of the Bible. A: The Nicene Creed holds no importance for me because it is a product of the post-apostolic church and therefore … Continue reading

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Don Camp Makes a Lot of Sense

Don Camp writes at Quora on the subjects of Jesus and the Bible.  I first noticed him when I saw his answer to the question “The Bible: What evidence is there that the Bible a reliable historical document?” (2) Don Camp … Continue reading

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Is This the High Priestly Palace Where Jesus Stood Trial? – Justin Taylor

Is This the High Priestly Palace Where Jesus Stood Trial? – Justin Taylor.

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