But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased. (Daniel 12:4)
“The oldest hand-written passages from the Hebrew Bible identical to versions in use today have been identified by researchers using digital technology to read an ancient scroll.”
Many will find the above statement hard to believe, but archaeology is constantly making discoveries that support the Bible instead of falsifying it. In this particular case, it is advancements in technology that have allowed us to verify a scroll found in Israel in 1970. As the BBC article… Continue reading
One of the most common objections against Christianity is to say that the Bible has been corrupted or not reliable. It’s an easy excuse for many who don’t even want to investigate further. Christians often have challenging conversations with people who simply don’t want to know about any evidence. But for those who are interested the evidence is overwhelming, this means it’s important Christians understand what there is and how to answer challenging questions around the Bible reliability.
Discoveries that support the Biblical historicity continue to be reported but there already is mountains of evidence ranging from archaeology to fulfilled prophecy that supports both the Old and New Testaments. These… Continue reading
Most books of the Bible come under scrutiny in one way or another regarding their reliability. Many try to move the date of writing later to avoid acknowledging prophecies or simply say the accounts recorded are false. The Book of Acts is no exception, it contains plenty of historical details that some find hard to believe. Here is a blog, that includes a good video, providing evidence for the authenticity of the Book of Acts – Logos Apologia – The Date and Historical Reliability of Acts.
A short video with archaeological evidence for some of the characters mentioned in the accounts of Jesus crucifixion: