Christopher Eames

Discovered on the Mountain of Curse

An artifact affirms writing of the earliest books of the Bible and forces a revolution in archaeological thinking.

A revolutionary artifact with several lines of text ‘centuries older than any known Hebrew inscription from Israel’ and paralleling several scriptures regarding Israel’s entry into Canaan

Where did it all go wrong?

With just 0.1 percent of the world’s population, Israel has received 74 percent of the General Assembly’s 2021 condemnatory resolutions.

Seventy years on, Herbert W. Armstrong’s prophecy has held true, with the media now echoing him almost word for word.

Is the hatred of Jews really ‘no different’ from any other?

How the late Dr. Eilat Mazar’s last-released discovery fits alongside a peculiar Bible verse about the infant Jesus

America’s expenditure on covid-19 equals the combined gdp of 135 nations.

A deadly shooting in New Zealand downs two officers even as protesters decry ‘police brutality’ and the commissioner pledges to keep police unarmed.

Can America’s president make the deal of his life?

Dinosaurs, the Ice Age, cavemen: Is the biblical timeline really at odds with scientific discoveries?

A stark warning from Britain’s chief rabbi should Jeremy Corbyn get into power

A massive archaeological excavation has yielded further proof of Israel’s greatest-ever monarch.

A document describing Egypt’s sudden downfall is suspiciously similar to the Exodus account.

Rare First Temple period seal impression provides first proof of one of King Josiah’s aides.

Recent scientific evidence corroborates an ‘impossible’ biblical miracle.

Archaeology unearths historical fact—and proves the biblical record at the same time.

Was the miracle of Joshua’s long day just an eclipse?

Archaeology unearths historical fact—and proves the biblical record at the same time.

Evolution, the Bible and archaeology provide two opposing answers.

Another barmy army advertising attempt—another nail in Britain’s coffin

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