Anyone following the Biblical Archeology scene would surely know the name Randall Price. He is President of World of the Bible Ministries, Inc., a Christian non-profit organization doing research in the biblical lands and educating the public on archaeological, biblical issues and the Middle East conflict through books, media, and conferences.
http://youtu.be/6qbFOApTjtc Lennart Moller was interviewed about his research on the Exodus crossing site and his visit to Mt. Sinai in Saudi Arabia.
Noah’s Ark has been found! Turkish scientists and authorities at the highest level of government met in 1986 and reviewed the extensive research done by American explorers, headed by Ron Wyatt of Madison, Tennessee. They agreed it was an ancient, man-made ship and could be nothing other than Noah’s Ark. In 1987 they officially dedicated […]
He who sits in the heavens shall laugh! These comments are based from chapter 19 of Holy Relics, From the Authors: quote, “Rev. John Woods noted, “I saw him [Ron Wyatt] explaining to a group that a piece of metal embedded in the face of the Garden Tomb was part of the seal Pilate had […]
Chapter 18 – Of course that plane crash brought down the World Trade Center. Having been to Israel several times and also throughout Turkey and the Middle East, I’ve had the firsthand experience of dealing with many folks who tell you what they think you want to hear, though it is not the truth. This […]
JZ or RW, who’s telling the truth? For anyone not familiar with JZ, he is what I would call a contemporary Jew, with no focus or concern on Biblical issues, especially concerning Christ. The authors are quick to highlight JZ’s perspective as to Wyatt’s qualifications to excavate, plus the permits necessary for such; quote, “ […]
This may be an appropriate time to mention publicly that I and several other Christians have watched with our own eyes a video which Ron shot inside the cave before the furniture was re-arranged. The crack in the roof was clearly visible with the Blood still on it; the table was there in close-up, and […]
Comments on Chapter 16 from Holy Relics – I hesitated to even comment on this. My first thought after reading chapter 16 was to skip completely any comments as if the chapter had never been included. It is one of the most absurd augments that could have been postulated, and reveals more fully the attitude […]