It Is Not Always as Archaeologists Claim

#1. Statues of ancient Egyptian goddesses and Pharaoh Ramses II discovered--https://www.foxnews.com/science/statues-ancient-egyptian-goddesses-pharaoh-ramses-ii-discovered Statues of ancient Egyptian goddesses and Pharaoh Ramses II have¬†been uncovered in Egypt. Italian news agency ANSA reports that the finds were made near Mit Raineh, about 18¬†miles south of Cairo. Ramses II, also known as Ramses the Great, ruled Egypt from 1279 B.C. … Continue reading It Is Not Always as Archaeologists Claim

Brazil’s Hidden Secrets

As you know, we do a lot of ancient history research. While we like to focus on Biblical civilizations and people, Noah's flood and the early part of Genesis covers a worldwide archaeological area. Brazil is no exception to this ancient historical field. Here are some articles that cover the archaeological riches of that country. … Continue reading Brazil’s Hidden Secrets

Rights & the Bible

In reading the book Twilight of LIberty, reviewed at our sister site, it became astonishing painful to see how far the ACLU took rights and contributed to the destruction of the American Society. That organization is all about rights even though those rights they champion lead to anarchy and not a well built, healthy society. … Continue reading Rights & the Bible

When Unbelievers Speak

On issues like the human race, they may find that they are only catching up. There is an old saying that the moment the secular scientist reaches the top of his mountain and finds the right answer, he will also find that the theologians have been sitting there for centuries. That seems to be the … Continue reading When Unbelievers Speak

Some Archaeology Studies News

Ex-SWBTS professors launch new archaeology program at Nashville liberal arts university Former Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary professors are launching a new archeology program at a liberal arts university in Tennessee and will take their research with them after their degree programs and positions were axed by seminary budget cuts. The research of what was once … Continue reading Some Archaeology Studies News