"The Earliest Known Fragment of the New Testament (Circa 100 CE – 150 CE): A fragment from a papyrus codex known as P52, measuring only 3.5 by 2.5 inches (9 by 6.4 cm) at its widest; and conserved at the John Rylands Library at Manchester, the Saint John Fragment is generally accepted as the earliest extant record of a canonical New Testament text. The front (recto) contains lines from the Gospel of John 18:31-33, in Greek, and the back (verso) contains lines from verses 37-38."
This polystrate tree trunk was found in Germany. It extends up through several layers of sedimentary rock. This tree was obviously buried rapidly. This is real evidence of the catastrophic flood the Bible tells us about in Genesis.
More on the giant skulls...Hundreds of discoveries were found in the U.S, only for it to be ignored or taken away by the Smithsonian, never to be seen again...Click for articles These are the remains of a giant race that came from fallen angels hybridizing with daughters of man. Aka Nephilim. Word is they are back too! How would you batle a demonic giant that was 10 times your size? Recall the bible story of David and Goliath? Guess who was a giant? They can & will be defeated AGAIN!
Arkosic Dead Sea sandstone tablet describes repairs to Solomon's Temple by Joash who reigned about 839-799 BC and, in accord with this, carbon-14 dating by Israel's Geological Institute, under Shimon Ilani, has authenticated the inscription as being around 2,800 years old. The Institute's director, Amos Bean, reported that they had discovered flecks of gold burnt into the stone, indicating that it was probably in the Temple when the building was destroyed by invading Babylonians in about 586…
TOP-TEN ARCHAEOLOGY DISCOVERIES CONFIRMING THE BIBLE Lesson 8: Hezekiah’s Tunnel In the Bible there is reference to an ancient hidden tunnel. Does it really exist? Read on to find out more... To read more go http://lessonsforus.com/2013/06/hezekiahs-tunnel/
This ceramic brick is inscribed in cuneiform with the name of Nebuchadnezzar II, who is mentioned some 90 times in the Bible (e.g. Ezra 1:7). Ancient kings often used inscribed bricks in their building projects. This one was originally made in c. 604-562 BC and was found in the ruins of ancient Babylon during excavations in 1927. It reads, "Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon, Guardian of the temples of Esagila and Ezida, Firstborn son of Nabopolasser, king of Babylon."
According to tradition, Nimrod set out to establish himself an empire and began by conquering the cities, among these were Babel, Erech, Akkad, and Calneh in Sumeria, and in Assyria the cities of Rehoboth, Calah, and Resen. Besides conquering these seven cities he also founded Nineveh. The Bible is specific in stating that he was the first man after the flood to become an emperor. He seems to have been impelled and empowered by super-human force and his onslaught was irresistible.