Daniel Unsealed – s01e04 – The Interpretation – Babylon (3min)

Now we start the interpretation.  This is a visualisation of the immense size of Babylon and shows why God chose Gold to represent this kingdom. This is a short one this week… next week we start to see Medo Persia, and there is much more detail.


Ross Patterson’s Discovery Series

Ipuwer Papyrus SDo 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

Noah’s Ark

Sodom & Gomorrah

Egyptology vs The Bible

The Church of the Holy Sepulchre vs The Garden Tomb

Sodom & Gomorrah – true location found – Ross Patterson

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audio: mp3

Many treat the bible as fairy tales, but God has left behind some very compelling evidence for his miracles.  This one in particular is important for us to take heed of, as if we don’t we may have the same fate.

Egyptology vs the Bible – amazing evidence for biblical events – Ross Patterson

Ipuwer Papyrus SThere 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.

audio: mp3
video: youtube

What are the Nephilim?

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…
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