Tag Archives: Biblical archaeology

“O Assyrian, the Rod of Mine Anger!”

It seems you are in the end of Israel’s Northern Kingdom, the time of Israel’s captivity and Judah’s terror. Continue reading

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Ancient Royal Propaganda

Their “royal proganda” now honours the King of Heaven, for it confirms the accuracy of His written Word. Continue reading

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Bible in the Louvre

Terri and I are in Paris, escaping the “mission creep” that ate up so much time the last couple of weeks.  Today, we spent all day at the Louvre (my feet are killing me! :)). I thought about blogging about … Continue reading

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A King Who Knew Not Joseph

God’s people may suffer for a season, but the time always comes when our Lord says, “Let My people go.” Continue reading

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The Big-Ears Pharaoh

The Bible in the British Museum This is Senusret III, also known as Sesostris III.  This statue is in Room 4 in the British Museum. All our sculptures of Sesostris III have two distinctive features.  The first is the expression … Continue reading

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A Clay Cylinder — and Skepticism and Apologetics

Norman Porteous, Daniel: A Commentary (1965), on Daniel 5:31. “Darius is almost certainly a figment of the writer’s imagination.” Continue reading

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A Clay Cylinder — and Daniel’s Prophecy

The Bible in the British Museum Yesterday, I wrote about how this clay cylinder (and its cuneiform inscription) show Daniel’s historical accuracy (A Clay Cylinder — and Daniel’s History).  Today, I’d like to look at what it means for Daniel’s … Continue reading

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