The Alisa Childers Podcast #159 – New Archaeological Discovery Challenges Bible Skeptics
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Biblical Riot at Ephesus: The Archaeological Context
This Roman theater played an important role in the riot at Ephesus against Paul and the early Christians, according to Luke’s account in Acts 19. Photo: Jordan Pickett.
53 People in the Bible Confirmed Archaeologically
A Tomb in Jerusalem Reveals the History of Crucifixion and Roman Crucifixion Methods
“From ancient literary sources we know that tens of thousands of people were crucified in the Roman Empire. In Palestine alone, the figure ran into the thousands. Yet until 1968 not a single victim of this horrifying method of execution had been uncovered archaeologically.”
Archaeologists discover mosaic with inscription to Peter that may point to location of his home
“Archaeologists say they have discovered an inscription that may further indicate the location of the biblical town identified as the home of the Apostles Peter and Andrew.”