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Living Creatures Were Clearly Designed
... system. It is this recognition that enables the practice of archaeology and forensics. Generally, the more specified and complex the parts of a system are, the more numerous they are, and the more efficient the system is, the more engineering...
God-Hardened Hearts - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... from God than the one before, and they were practicing (as archaeology has revealed) every form of debauchery known to man. It was an act of mercy by God toward all those who would come in contact with them in future generations to decree their...
Eight Spears Found in German Coal Mine - Article
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - ... brute scavengers, not "highly skilled craftsmen." Archaeology magazine reported, "They suggest that early man was able to hunt, and was not just a scavenger."4 The earliest direct or indirect evidence of tools shows every...
Archaeological Evidence for Prophet Isaiah - Article
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - ... provided a transliteration of this Isaiah bulla in Biblical Archaeology Review as “Yesha‘yah[u] Nvy[?],” where brackets indicate unknown letters from damage to the clay.1 “Yesha‛yahu” is “Isaiah.” If...
Ancient Civilizations - Article
Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. - ... is a book of history and has been remarkably corroborated by archaeology. There are other “bibles,” to be sure. One of the more famous is the Enuma Elish, a creation story from ancient Babylon written on seven tablets. In it the god...
Boats and Jewelry: 'Stone Age' People Were Surprisingly Modern - Article
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - ... finds continue to demonstrate that man has always been man, right from the start. A cache of double-edged cutting implements, known to have been used in boat building, was recently discovered on the Mediterranean island of Crete....
Historical Accuracy - Article
Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. - ... Bible has been a significant source book for secular archaeology, helping to identify such ancient figures as Sargon (Isaiah 20:1), Sennacherib (Isaiah 37:37), Horam of Gezer (Joshua 10:33), Hazar (Joshua 15:27), and the nation of the...
Abraham Ate Bananas? - Article
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - ... crept forward over eons. In contrast, biblical origins and archaeology demonstrate humans as fully capable of these technologies from the start. Sailing from East Asia to Israel could take 40 days—perhaps twice the time it takes...
Undersea Monolith Reveals Genius Engineering - Article
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - ... all the scientific disciplines, underwater archaeology may be one of the most fascinating. These researchers examine artifacts our ancestors left behind before global sea level rose and covered them. A newly discovered monolith—a...
Top 2015 News: Human Origins - Article
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - ... nations slowly emerged from Africa. But discoveries from archaeology, linguistics, and genetics during 2015 confirm the Genesis account. Strange-looking fossil reconstructions named Homo naledi were probably the most popular human origins...
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