“Perhaps you have heard it said that since everything needs a cause, then God Himself must need a cause. But there is a built-in flaw in that argument. Does God need a cause according to the law of causality? In this message, Dr. Sproul exposes some of the logical fallacies people have committed in their efforts to do away with “The Necessity of God’s Existence.””
“Scientists are working hard on figuring out the origin of the universe. It seems that everything was all a matter of time and chance. But upon careful scrutiny, that notion seems to jump from non-being straight into nonsense. What is the chance that everything came into being through time and chance? In this message, Dr. Sproul explains some of the fundamental laws of logic that will not permit nonsense into the arena of science.”
“What are the chances that chance is a variable in the making of the universe? How much chance do you need to remove God from the equation? Discussing “Chance: The Modern Myth” in this message, Dr. Sproul exposes one of the greatest myths of our modern times.”
Today, we will be discussing the Assyrian Empire of the Ancient Near Eastern and its relationship with the Israelites during the divided monarchy. Bryan Windle will join us to tell us about Tiglath Pileser III in particular, one of the most powerful Assyrian kings from this era. Tiglath Pileser was also known as Pul, and both names are found in the Bible and in Assyrian records. We’ll also be talking about Assyrian inscriptions that mention various Israelite kings.
Pastor Bryan Windle joins us to count down the Top Ten Discoveries from Biblical Archaeology for the 2020 calendar year. 2020 was a difficult and challenging year to be sure, and many excavations in the world of the Bible were cancelled. Nonetheless, there were still many important discoveries made which both affirmed details in Scripture and will help us understand the biblical text in greater detail.
Archaeologist Gary Byers joins us from New Mexico to talk about ancient seals in archaeology and the Bible. Topics include: the 15th century BC scarab from Joshua’s Ai, bullae, signet rings, and God’s seal of salvation.
Pastor Bryan Windle joins us to talk about the Roman Census that took place when Jesus was born. According to Luke chapter two, Quirinius was governing in Syria at that time. Is Luke’s account of the census and Quirinius accurate? Was Quirinius a real government official exercising authority in Syria? Is there archaeological and historical evidence outside the Bible for these events surrounding the birth of Christ? Tune into Digging for Truth and find out!
Pastor Bryan Windle joins us to talk about the Roman Emperor Caesar Augustus, who was on the throne when Jesus was born. Luke chapter 2 indicates that Augustus was ruling Rome, and a census took place at that time. The Apostle Paul tells us in Galatians that “in the fullness of time, God sent His Son.” Find out more about the historical times which Jesus the Messiah entered the world as a baby.
Archaeologist Gary Byers will joins us from New Mexico to talk about the Christmas Story found in the New Testament. We will be looking closely at the biblical text and then we will compare it to modern day nativity scenes. Gary will be talking about the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, first century homes, and the innkeeper and the inn. Have we been correct in our understanding of the Christmas Story? Tune in to D4T and find out!
Are the walls falling down at Jericho history… or myth? Archaeologist Dr. Scott Stripling presents the evidence from the city of Jericho and compares it to the biblical text. The truth may surprise you…