The Oldest Yahweh Inscription

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Excerpt An inscription in modern day Sudan contains the oldest known reference to the God of Israel, "Yahweh." Soleb, a temple dedicated to the god Amon-Re, was built by the Pharaoh Amenhotep III in ca. 1400 BC. Today it is located in the nation of Sudan, on the left bank of the Nile about 135 miles south of Wadi-Halfa. Continue reading

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ABR Associate and Friend, Joel Kramer, shows how this incredible inscription supports the historicity of the Old Testament. Hear about Joel's trip to the Sudan to take pictures and video of Amenhotep III's Temple at Soleb. In addition, hear Joel's unique and moving proclamation of the one true God, Yahweh, who is Jesus Christ. Yahweh lives forevermore, while all other gods fade into history.

 

For more about the ministry of Joel Kramer and his family, visit: SourceFlix: Bringing the Bible to Life Through Visual Media

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