I was hoping to visit Israel earlier this year, though due to Covid-19, that trip had to be cancelled. Amongst several places I would have liked to have seen, I was keen to re-visit the Bible Lands Museum and the Israel Museum, and in particular the Shrine of the Book. Nevertheless, it is possible to… Continue reading Through the British Museum with the Bible
A seasoned wildlife tracker will be able to identify from the track marks of the creature they are following, the identity of the creature, the approximate size and in some cases by taking measurements of the markings of the prints a likely indication of gender as is the case with tigers. By observing the distance… Continue reading The Signature of God
A brief note on the systems of the body and intelligent design The systems contained within our bodies are so complex, well designed, and interdependent that they could not possibly have evolved. This concise note will look at just six systems to illustrate plus a final rhetorical question, before closing with a vital conclusion. The… Continue reading Intelligent design – our bodies
Biblical archaeology is the Achilles heel of the liberal theologians and the nail in the mummy’s coffin! The Biblical Archaeological Review in 2017 confirmed that fifty three characters in the Bible have been proven archaeologically.[i] The image below is the Cyrus cylinder held in the British Museum. It is consistent with the Biblical account of… Continue reading Evidence demands attention: Archaeologists prove the Bible is reliable!
Effective teachers are usually aware of visual, auditory and kinaesthetic learning styles and incorporate that into their presentation for the benefit of their students. Using a Bible atlas or Bible maps provides an excellent aid to gaining more insight from the Bible and help to bring it to life. Here are some useful applications which… Continue reading The Bible: real people, places, events