This series presents historical and archaeological proof that the Bible is a reliable source of facts relating to the history of the Adamic line.
The Walls of Jericho (Part 2)
Did the walls of Jericho come tumbling down at the time indicated in the book of Joshua? Join co-host Scott Lanser as he explores this question with expert archaeologist Dr. Bryant Wood in part two of this two part interview.
The Walls of Jericho (Part 1)
Did the walls of Jericho come tumbling down at the time indicated in the book of Joshua? For many years, Jericho has been a "problem" in Biblical archaeology since scholars claimed that there was no city there at the time of Joshua, and therefore the Bible must be in error. Biblical archaeologist Dr. Bryant Wood, and members of the ABR staff, discuss the archaeological findings at Jericho that relate to the conquest of the Canaanite city by the Israelites. This is part one of a two part interview.
Discovering the City of Sodom
Dr. Steven Collins has been researching and lecturing in the field of Near Eastern archeology, biblical studies, and apologetics for more than 30 years. His background as a field archaeologist and Bible scholar gives him a commanding grasp of the issues involved in researching the nature of the biblical record from both the historical and scientific perspectives. Currently Chief Archaeologist and co-Director of the Tall el-Hammam Excavation Project in Jordan, his rigorous investigation into the location of biblical Sodom is the subject of a book and documentary film.
Sodom and Gomorrah -- The Archaeological Evidence
Discoveries and excavations at the sites of Sodom and Gomorrah are challenging long-accepted views and revealing serious flaws in theories that deny historical authenticity to the patriarchal narratives of the Old Testament books -- particularly Genesis. This episode will highlight some of the discoveries and controversial finds at these sites.
The Collonades to Herod's Temple
Josephus was given the job of recording history by the Romans because he was so accurate and detailed. Yet the Jews, and most Christians, choose to ignore his information about Herod's Temple. Josephus records that two arms or collonades extended from the Roman Antonia Fortress to the Temple. The model of Jerusalem and the Temple totally ignores this important feature and misleads people about the layout of Jerusalem and the Temple prior to the Roman destruction in 70 A.D.
The Temples of Solomon and Herod
Can you imagine the upheaval in political and religious thinking if the Temple Mount in Jerusalem is not the site of Solomon's and Herod's temples? And what if the stones of the Wailing Wall are not what tradition says? In this highly-researched, exciting podcast, the author proposes from current archaeological excavations, and Scriptural corroboration, that the true temple location is NOT where tradition teaches.