Archaeology’s Table of Contents

This will be the last of the book's content that I will post. There will be more posts about the book from time to time Table of Contents   Introduction - 4   Archaeology & Faith- 8   The Problem of Objectivity- 14   Archaeology’s Limitations- 19   The Issue of Archaeological Forgeries- 25   … Continue reading Archaeology’s Table of Contents

Noah’s Table of Contents

This will be the last of the book's content that I will post. There will be more posts about the book from time to time Table of Contents   Part One Introduction..........................................................pg. 3   Science and Evidence.........................................pg. 8   The Issue of Interpretation...............................pg. 19   The Lack of Evidence for the Exodus...........pg. 28   A … Continue reading Noah’s Table of Contents

Archaeology’s Introduction

Introduction You may have heard a little about archaeology and may have even seen the many articles in the news detailing the discoveries. Yet you may not know that much about this scientific research field. Studying history is not the most exciting activity for a majority of people in this world. They have more pressing … Continue reading Archaeology’s Introduction

Noah’s Introduction

We have decided to place the Introduction to both of our new books here to help get some more interest. First up will be the Introduction from Noah's Flood Did Take Place   Introduction Go and start digging These are the words of an atheist friend of mine, whom I have had the ‘pleasure’ of … Continue reading Noah’s Introduction

Bart Ehrman Has Written Again

This may not be news as this country may be a bit behind when it comes to receiving new published books. His new book is called Jesus before the Gospels and that caught my eye. Having read many of Dr. Ehrman's books not because I like what he writes but I am interested in his … Continue reading Bart Ehrman Has Written Again

The Christian and the Death Penalty

Introduction   There are a couple of aspects of the judicial system that creates a lot of emotion in people. One of those aspects is a crime committed against a child. The other is trying to implement or use the death penalty.   Both aspects sacrifice justice and fairness but those sacrifices are done in … Continue reading The Christian and the Death Penalty

Some observations

#1. Confronting Old Testament Controversies by Tremper Longman We did finish reading this book and to say the best about it, the work was very disappointing. After a very good first chapter, by that we mean he laid out is position quite clearly, the following three were not as good. In those final 3 chapters, … Continue reading Some observations