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"And He said to me, 'Son of man, can these bones live?' So I answered, 'O Lord GOD, You know'" (Ezekiel 37:3).

Remnants of millennia long past, preserved in the shifting sands of time, uncovered by both believers and skeptics—physical proof of the Bible's validity has been discovered again and again, available to those willing to see it.

  • by Tom Robinson
Archaeological discoveries are regularly made in and around the land of Israel that relate to the Bible. Here is an annotated list of 12 reports of such finds within the past three years.
  • by Scott Ashley
Is the biblical story of Sodom real or only a fanciful myth? When we examine the biblical evidence, it reveals a consistent story about a specific location—one that may prove to be ancient Sodom itself.
  • by Peter Eddington
Fifteen seasons of excavation at an enormous archaeological site in the Jordan River Valley have yielded remarkable evidence of an ancient city-destroying cataclysm. Could this be proof of the biblical story of Sodom? What does it mean for us today?
  • by Scott Ashley
The pattern we see again and again in the Bible is that God sends a warning message before destruction. He doesn’t want to see mankind suffer; He wants us to repent of our sins—to change direction and seek Him.