Food Abounds for the Poor
August 20, 2019
People don’t starve because of a lack of resources. They suffer because of bad ideas and wicked rulers. Solomon, the wisest king of all, had a lot to say about poverty. One of his proverbs says, “The fallow ground of the poor would yield much food, but it is swept away through injustice” (Proverbs 13:23). Here […]
Radiocarbon Dating Is Not Globally Uniform
May 31, 2018
Adjustment required for dates in the Levant could undermine published results by decades and impact debates about Biblical chronology.
Physicist Acknowledges Positive Role of Religion in Science
January 28, 2018
How can science reject religion, when many of the founding fathers of science were men of strong Biblical faith?
Kingdom of David and Solomon Supported by Growing Evidence
November 25, 2017
The evidence is coming together to support the Biblical record of David and Solomon. An Israeli publication updates the latest finds.
Copper Mine at Timna Shows Solomon's Power
January 12, 2017
Continuing discoveries in the Timna Valley in southern Israel near the Gulf of Aqaba show the widespread and dominant influence of Solomon's kingdom.
Arad Texts Confirm Widespread Literacy in Judah
April 12, 2016
Analysis of 16 texts written on pottery shards confirm that ordinary people were literate in Old Testament times.
Reason Honestly with Purpose
November 22, 2015
Science and society cannot exist without moral values. Use them; you were born with the capacity to apprehend them.
Biblical Name Found on Pottery
June 17, 2015
An iron-age pot at a fortress south of Jerusalem is inscribed with the name of King Saul's successor at the time of David.
Solomon Corroborated: It's His Copper Mine
September 5, 2013
Copper mines in the Aravah of Israel were most likely Solomon's property, not the Egyptians', new date estimates show, supporting the Biblical chronology.
Ancient Text Found in Jerusalem from David's Time
July 12, 2013
Inscriptions are rare but valuable artifacts in archaeology. Though short and simple, a fragmentary inscription on a jug sets a record as the oldest ever found in Jerusalem, from the era of David and Solomon or before.
Jerusalem Cistern Found from First Temple Era
September 10, 2012
A huge cistern near the Temple Mount has been found that was part of Solomon's Temple complex.