Evidence for the Exodus

One of the most important biblical events was the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt. Is there any viable evidence for this? The video below is the single best source of evidence I have ever seen; it gives evidence that the Israelites existed in ancient Egypt, it...

Talmudic Evidence for Existence of Jesus

Second-century writings in the Jewish Talmud (traditional laws and writings) give us talmudic evidence for the existence of Jesus, whose Hebrew name was Yeshua. As would be expected, since the rulers of the time were against Jesus, the citations are all on the...

No contradictions in history

Skeptics have seen their historical and archeological arguments against the bible removed, one by one, over the years. The name “Canaan” was once attacked as fictitious, but this was recently found in a clay tablet found in the city of Elba, dating from...

Non-Biblical Evidence for Jesus

There are three main points of non-biblical evidence for Jesus; Tacitus, Pliny the Younger, and Josephus. Tacitus, in discussing Emperor Nero’s decision to blame Christians for the fire that destroyed Rome in 64 AD, (cited in Annals, 15.44): Nero fastened the...