Originally a two part Bible Class presentation, this study looks into the dating of the New Testament after the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. In particular, it focuses on the life of the Apostle Paul, the journeys he undertook and the letters he wrote.
In the British Museum in London, there are a great number of artefacts that confirm many of the events and prove the existence of many people that are recorded in the Bible. Delve into this study to discover the incredible witness that the British Museum gives to the truth of the Bible.
In the 1993/94 excavations at Tel Dan, at the northern-most tip of what was the northern kingdom of Israel, two broken fragments of an Aramaic inscription were uncovered. It gave a remarkable witness to three contemporary kings whose lives are recorded in the Bible.
This rather enigmatic title is taken from the book of the same name by Edwin R. Thiele, which was written to explain the chronologies recorded in the Old Testament, which have long been a source of confusion. Find out for yourself how to make sense of them in this intriguing study
Following on from the previous study on the Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew Kings, this detailed chart gives an in depth visual aid to understanding the chronologies recorded in the books of Kings and Chronicles
Following on from the previous study on the Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew Kings, it was thought useful to reproduce the Biblical accounts of the kings of Israel and Judah in chronological order. This is the result.
Following on from the previous study on the Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew Kings, this guide was produced to explain how the chronology was produced. It gives various tips on how to understand the dating techniques used in the Old Testament.
The Doctrine of the Trinity is considered to be the fundamental doctrine of many mainstream churches. The picture of God that it proposes suggests that the One God is composed of three persons. The Bible, however, gives a picture in which God is one person, who is the Father of Jesus Christ. Find out more in this Biblical Examination.