Today we conclude our series on Biblical Archaeology by describing sites and artifacts that relate to the Life of Jesus and the Apostles. Of special interest are Peter’s House, Caiaphas tomb, and the Crucifixion bone.
Description: In this third, of a five-part podcast series, we will investigate archaeological discoveries that are faith affirming. We will be investigating archaeological remains from the time of the Divided Monarchy through the Exile.
In this week’s podcast, we investigate the archaeological record of the United Monarchy, evidence that affirms Saul, David, and Solomon’s historicity as well as the historicity of Scripture.
Today we begin a five-part podcast series on archaeological discoveries that are faith-affirming. We will be investigating archaeological remains from the time of Abraham through Joshua. Of special interest, we will discuss the remains of Jericho and how it supports the biblical description of the conquest.
The Bible is the most important book ever published and has had a profound impact on all of human history. We will discuss that global impact on today’s program.
On the LTW podcast, we continue our apologetic series by discussing the Historicity of the most important event of human history, the Resurrection of Christ.
Description: In this first podcast in our Apologetics series we will discuss the historicity of Jesus. What can we know about the person of Jesus Christ from Biblical and Extra-biblical sources?
In this second of a two-part series, Dave James explains the teachings of Roman Catholicism and advice on how to reach a Catholic with the Gospel of Christ.
In this first of a two-part series, David James, Executive Director of The Alliance for Biblical Integrity, explains the teachings of Roman Catholicism with the view to reach them with the Gospel of Christ.
Dr. Richard Emmons, Professor Emeritus of Cairn University, defines and describes Covenant Theology, as well as explains why this system does not satisfactorily explain God’s plan for human history.