Many biblical scholars have adopted views that Old Testament stories are nothing more than myths and fairy tales. Due to this, knowledge and understanding of archaeology are important tools to possess in a world that is very skeptical toward the Bible. Thanks to major finds made in the last century, critics have to be careful about speaking negatively toward the Bible because those who believe the Bible communicates authentic and historical events now have an arsenal of archaeological data to back up these biblical stories. Hear Chris talk about some of his favorite archaeological finds in this week’s long segment!

Interview—Randall Price

We welcome Dr. Randall Price to the show this week to discuss the various articles he wrote in the latest issue of Israel My Glory.

Randall Price teaches biblical archaeology at Liberty University and from 2002 to 2012 directed excavations at Qumran, the site of the Dead Sea Scrolls. He is the author of The Stones Cry Out and, with H. Wayne House, the forthcoming Zondervan Handbook of Biblical Archaeology.

You can learn more about Randall and his ministry at his website, World of the Bible.

The latest issue of Israel My Glory deals more in depth with how archaeology today is confirming the Bible. Learn more »


by Randall Price

The Stones Cry Out will give you a new appreciation for both the world and the Word of the Bible. Discover what new archaeological finds have to tell us about Israel’s journey to the Promised Land, the fall of Jericho’s walls, the Ark of the Covenant, the kings and prophets of Israel, the Assyrian and Babylonian invasions, the Dead Sea Scrolls, the time and people of Jesus, and more. This great book also includes testimonies and interviews from leading archaeologists and exciting pictures featuring the latest finds made in the lands of the Bible.



The Friends of Israel Today and Apples of Gold theme music was composed and performed by Jeremy Strong.

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»Under Suspicion (Lee Rosevere) / CC BY-SA 4.0

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