Biblical Antiquities 3 (volume 3) pdf epub fb2

Biblical Antiquities 3 (volume 3) by E. Raymond Capt pdf epub fb2

Biblical Antiquities 3 (volume 3) Author: E. Raymond Capt
Title: Biblical Antiquities 3 (volume 3)
ISBN: 093466661X
ISBN13: 978-0934666619
Other Formats: doc mobi docx lit
Pages: 152 pages
Publisher: Artisan Publishers (2004)
Language: English
Size PDF version: 1466 kb
Size EPUB version: 1741 kb
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This is the third of a series of books consisting of 12 radio programs in written form and is ideal for Bible study groups or individual study. Although the Bible is a well known book, there are many things within its pages that have been misunderstood, neglected or overlooked. These Bible studies will take you on an inspiring journey into new evidence that explains some of the most monumental and controversial events of the Bible, including factual information concerning the history and migrations of the Hebrew people. Records of 20th century archaeological excavations have been carefully researched in conjunction with the works of both ancient and modern historians and ethnologists in an endeavor to present a clear cut and concise presentation of the evidence disclosed. Research into things Scriptural should be a matter of supreme interest, not only to Christians in general and Bible lovers in particular, but also to all those who find pleasure in the study of the recorded history of ancient people. Our Creator has revealed many things to us in many ways. In addition to the written Word of the Bible, we learn from Creation itself, and from the archaeological record of past civilizations. These Bible studies are designed to open your understanding to many truths, some of which may be new to you. Listed below are the 12 topics discussed: Our New Old Testament Bible, History from Bullae, Cyrus - Instrument of God, The Great Pyramid - Part I, The Great Pyramid - Part II, Bible Prophecy Fulfilled, The Bible Confirmed by Science, Susa and the Code of Hammurabi, Joshua fought the Battle of Jerico, Who are the Scythians?, King solomon's Temple, Joseph of Arimathea - Nobilus Decurio