Do Christian’s have a blind faith? Sadly, most Christian’s faith is, as Richard Dawkins says, a “geographic coincidence.” If this is you and you can’t give clear evidence for your faith, this series will help you to trust the bible as a historical book so you can teach others.
The Red Sea Crossing
Sodom & Gomorrah
Egyptology vs The Bible
The Church of the Holy Sepulchre vs The Garden Tomb
There are many different Egyptian timelines, some very close to the bible, some a long way off. Which are we to believe? And are there Egyptian artefacts that corroborate the story of the Hebrews in Egypt and the exodus? Can we have a intelligent faith in the bible? In this video Ross Patterson shows some amazing evidence for the interaction of the Hebrews with the Egyptians as recorded in Genesis and Exodus.
2012-11-14 – Ben Jones – What are the Nephalim? – mp3
There are some very strange ideas going around Christianity relating to the nephalim. If you haven’t heard about it, count yourself lucky… very lucky, because most of Christianity has a complex theory relating to who these “mystical beings” are. I will only cover a few here.
Author Lauren Kate wrote the book Fallen about an angel who is romantically attracted to and pursues a relationship with a human teenager. In the January 11, 2010 issue of Publisher’s Weekly (PW) on p. 13, Kate claims, “The idea for the book came from a line I read in Genesis about a group of angels who were effectively kicked out of heaven because they lusted after mortal women. I became curious about what the experience might be of a teenage mortal who suddenly became the object of an angel’s affection.”
But where do they actually get it from? This is what the bible says:The passage Lauren Kate refers to is Genesis 6:1-6…