An Interview With Yigael Yadin

I mentioned a book I owned, Scholars on Record by Hershel Shanks, and one chapter is a reprint of his interview with the Israeli archaeologist. I am going to copy and paste different answers Mr. Yadin gave as they contain some good insights to biblical archaeology. I will probably only quote one question asked by … Continue reading An Interview With Yigael Yadin

A Challenge-2

I am going to be around the house this weekend as my dog has had a very rough week and is recuperating from a couple of mishaps and I need to tend to him. I am grateful that God intervened and allowed my dog to survive each serious event. I hesitate to mention this because … Continue reading A Challenge-2

Archaeology: A Tool Of Convenience

When someone doesn't want to believe a story or event in the Bible they often turn to the defensive statement, "archaeology hasn't proven that true' or something similar.  Most people tend to use the field of archaeology as a great escape from the truth often citing how archaeologists have not discovered any physical evidence to … Continue reading Archaeology: A Tool Of Convenience

What I Find Interesting– A Postscript

I alluded to James McGrath at the end of the previous post and I should point out some reasons why I did so. Here is a post found at his website which provides excellent reasons why you do not listen to him and why he is being deceived: I don’t think that any view … Continue reading What I Find Interesting– A Postscript

What I Find Interesting…

is that a bunch of fallible, sinful, mistake-prone people can tell the holy, infallible, sinless, error-proof Jesus how to use the OT.  An example of this is found over at Peter Enns' website What’s interesting here is that Jesus says “the scripture cannot be annulled” but he seems bend the particular scripture in question, … Continue reading What I Find Interesting…