Special Guest D.M. Johnson
When someone places faith in the Bible, they place it in the direction of evidence, not against the evidence
In this 4th in a series of 9 interviews, D.M. Johnson, author and Bible scholar, and I discuss the archaeological evidence for the Bible. We’ll discuss the following archaeological evidence:
The Dead Sea Scrolls
Ossuaries and inscriptions which corroborate Biblical figures
Archaeological sites, including the Western Wailing Wall, the Parthenon, and Mars Hill
The Cyrus Cylinder
Clay cuneiform tablets from ancient Mesopotamia
Once again, our discussion invites you to consider the evidences supporting the Bible.
We also invite you to read the Bible for yourself, because in addition to these physical evidences of its historicity, you can also obtain a spiritual witness from God concerning its truthfulness.
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