ContentBlocks 8 1 Ads Shiloh Standard copy

Research Topics

Digging for Truth TV

Was there an Israelite Exodus from Egypt, or should the account in the Bible be relegated to myth and/or a so-called remnant of "cultural memory." Archaeologist Dr. Titus Kennedy joins again us to talk about archaeological evidence which supports the biblical account of the Exodus (part two).

The OT authors consistently look back to the Exodus from Egypt more than any other event to appeal to God’s power and faithfulness in His covenant with Israel. Critical scholars deny the historicity of these events, and unfortunately, a growing number of evangelical scholars cast doubt on the history of the Exodus, Moses, and the people coming out of Egypt. To help us set the record straight, Archaeologist Dr. Titus Kennedy is here to talk about evidence for the historical authenticity of the book of Exodus.

Archaeologist Dr. Michael Hasel join us to talk about the city of Lachish. Dr. Hasel is the Co-Director of the Fourth Expedition to Lachish. Destroyed by the Assyrians in 701 BC, Lachish was second most important city in Judah after Jerusalem and is of great importance in the formation of Judah at the time of Rehoboam.

Watch the countdown of the Top Ten All Time archaeological discoveries related to King David!

Tune and see our list of the top ten all time archaeological discoveries related to father Abraham!

What are the all time top ten discoveries related to Jesus of Nazareth? Tune into Digging for Truth Episode 140 and find out!

Watch the TOP TEN all-time greatest archaeological discoveries related to the Apostle Paul!

On this episode of Digging for Truth, we will continue to examine the absurd but all too common claim that Jesus of Nazareth never existed. New Testament scholar Dr. Craig Evans of Houston Baptist University will join us again to refute this falsehood. Is Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection just a series of myths borrowed from ancient paganism? (Part Two).

Research Categories


ABR fulfills its mission through memberships and generous donations from supporters.

Join us in our mission! No matter what your level of interest, from keeping abreast of the fascinating research that comes out of the field work, to actively participating in an archaeological dig, you can become an integral part of our ministry.

Please click here for our support page.


Phone: 717-859-3443

Toll Free:  800-430-0008

email: [email protected]

PO Box 144, Akron, PA 17501

Click here for our Privacy Policy


 f logo RGB Blue 114  spotify icon
 yt icon rgb  assets.amazonmusic
 Instagram Glyph Gradient  apple podcast bug

Site Maintained By: Louise Street Marketing Inc.

abrwebtemplate36 1/1/2021