Category Archives: Christian Evidences/Apologetics

Archaeology: Why Paul Went West

While we’re looking at fascinating articles from the Biblical Archaeology Review, you’ve just got to know about this article, “Why Paul Went West.” The diaspora of Jews in the east developed very differently from the diaspora in the west. The … Continue reading

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Christian Evidences: New Archaeological Find

This is from the Jerusalem Post, by way of the Jesus Creed – A breakthrough in the research of the Bible has shed new light on the period in which the Bible could have been written, testifying to Hebrew writing … Continue reading

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Important Archaeological News

This month’s issue of the Biblical Archaeology Review has an important article on Khirbet Qeifaya. The archaeologist overseeing the dig has concluded that the city is from the time of David, and this conclusion is supported by carbon dating and … Continue reading

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Why the Multiverse Theory is Wrong

I’ve been following the “intelligent design” discussions since I was a kid. But I’ve tried to stay away from such topics on this blog, mainly because the same ground has been covered very well by many others. I’m particularly a … Continue reading

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Scientific Creationism: John Cleese Weighs In

Thanks to Chris Guin.

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Scientific Creationism (Reading List)

When I started this blog, I decided not to spend much time on Christian evidences. I’ve studied the topic more than most Christians, have a huge library of materials on both sides, but I really don’t have a lot to … Continue reading

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Scientific Creationism (Beginning)

I’ve been around science since I was in diapers. My mother read to me from the Time-Life Nature and Science series before I was in kindergarten. I used to wake up early and skip school to watch the Mercury and … Continue reading

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