Confirming evidences: History, Archaeology, Biology, Creation
Psalm 8:9 O LORD our Lord, how excellent is thy name in all the earth!
Evidence of Things Not Seen - Robert S. Seklemian, 1898 - 1984
A concise and elegant treatment of creation and creator.
Cosmogony - 1902 Isaac Vail: Waters Above the Firmament,
1902-1905 Scientific American and recent research.
Earth formation and special treatment of the woolly mammoth.
New Discoveries in Babylon About Genesis - Peter J. Wiseman, 1946 Fourth edition
biblicalgeology.net - Biblical Geology
This Australian site assembles current research and findings corroberating the Biblical flood and creationism. It is richly supported with articles, evidence, images and blogs.
Fresh Light from the Ancient Monuments - Archibald Henry Sayce, 1884
Sayce was one of the foremost writers on Ancient Near East studies during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Antiquity of the Books of Moses - Albert O. Hudson, England 1971
A study concerned with when the first five books of the Bible were written; the views of ‘Higher Critics’,
and the implications for thought in the early twentieth century of archaeological discoveries.
When was Jerusalem Destroyed? - Conclusive historical and archaeological evidence in the reign of Nebuchadnezzar.
Hezekiah & Siloam Inscription - Evidence for Hezekiah in the City of David
Fearing a siege by the Assyrian king, Sennacherib, Hezekiah preserved Jerusalem’s water supply by cutting a tunnel through 1,750 feet of solid rock from the Gihon Spring to the Pool of Siloam.
This builder's inscription confirms 2Kings 20:20 and 2Chron. 32:30.
After having conquered the 10 northern tribes of Israel, the Assyrians moved southward to do the same to Judah (2 Kings 18–19). The prophet Isaiah, however, told Hezekiah that God would protect Judah and Jerusalem against Sennacherib (2 Chron. 32; Isa. 36–37). Assyrian records virtually confirm this. The cuneiform on a hexagonal, 15-inch baked clay prism found at the Assyrian capital of Nineveh describes Sennacherib’s invasion of Judah in which it claims that the Assyrian king shut Hezekiah inside Jerusalem “like a caged bird.” Like the biblical record, however, it does not state that he conquered Jerusalem, which the prism certainly would have done had this been the case. The Assyrians, in fact, bypassed Jerusalem on their way to Egypt, and the city would not fall until the time of Nebuchadnezzar and the Neo-Babylonians. Sennacherib himself returned to Nineveh where his own sons murdered him.
2Chronicles 36:23 and Ezra 1 report that Cyrus the Great of Persia, after conquering Babylon, permitted Jews in the Babylonian Captivity to return to their homeland. Isaiah had even prophesied this (Isa. 44:28). This tolerant policy of the founder of the Persian Empire is borne out by the discovery of a nine-inch clay cylinder found at Babylon from the time of its conquest, 539 BC, which reports Cyrus’s victory and his subsequent policy of permitting Babylonian captives to return to their homes and even rebuild their temple.
Key archaeology discoveries in Israel
Fountains of the Great Deep
Conditions existing in the world before the Great Deluge. Recent scientific discoveries related to the Creative Epoch days (not 24-hour days), Noah's Ark, the Biblical Flood, extraterrestrial source of Earth's Oceans, the Oort Cloud, and much more.
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made
Intelligent design. A Scientific Perspective of a Modern Controversy.
The Workhorse of the Cell: Kinesin
Masterpieces of microengineering, kinesins are motorized transport machines that move cellular materials to their correct locations in the cell so they can perform their functions. Kinesins have two feet, or "globular heads," that literally walk, one foot over another. Known as the "workhorses of the cell," kinesins can carry cargo many times their own size.
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In-Depth Exploration of the City of David in Jerusalem
Published on May 20, 2012
Yishai Fleisher (JewishPress.com) takes us on an adventure in the famous Ir Davide (City of David) in Jerusalem.
Interview with Doron Spielman, Vice President of the City of David Foundation.
Connections between the history of the Jewish people in Israel and the modern day discovery of archeological evidence.