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Rare Seal Bearing Biblical Name Found In City Of David Excavation

by Kevin Lea

    By Israeli ministry of foreign affairs 31 Mar 2019 Note from Pastor Kevin Lea:  Once again the spade of the archeologist turns up evidence that the Bible is a reliable historical document.  Compare this to the book of Mormon, which has zero archeological evidence to support its supposed history of early America; thus showing that […]

    Islamic State looting uncovers ancient palace beneath Jonah’s Tomb

    by Kevin Lea

      Archaeologists in Iraq find residence of biblical kings Sennacherib and Esarhaddon in IS-dug tunnels beneath ruined shrine, according to report By Times of Israel February 28, 2017 People inspect the destroyed Mosque of the Prophet Younis, or Jonah, in Mosul, Iraq, on Thursday, July 24, 2014. (photo credit/AP) Archaeologists in Iraq say they have made […]

      Archaeologists find Fabric Collection from Time of King David

      by Kevin Lea

        Tel Aviv University team finds priceless collection of fabric in Timna Valley, believed site of King Solomon’s mines. By Arutz Sheva Staff Feb 24, 2016 Fabric found in Timna University spokespeople A team of archaeologists, led by Tel Aviv University’s Dr. Erez Ben-Yosef, has found a large collection of fabrics dating back to the era […]

        Confirmed Dinosaur Blood on Ancient Fossil Astonishes Evolutionists

        by Kevin Lea

          By Garrett Haley December 7, 2015 RALEIGH, N.C. – Researchers have confirmed that biomaterial discovered on an ancient fossil is in fact preserved dinosaur blood, astonishing evolutionists who continue to believe the fossil is 80 million years old. Over the past decade, scientists have unearthed a number of dinosaur fossils with preserved blood vessels and […]

          The South-Pointing Carriage

          by Kevin Lea

            1 Samuel 17:22 “And David left his carriage in the hand of the keeper of the carriage, and ran into the army, and came and saluted his brethren.” Numerous Chinese legends refer to a mysterious carriage on which a mechanical rider rode. Its arm was outstretched and continuously pointed south no matter which way the […]