Has Archaeology proven to be the Bible's best friend, proving characters, names and events are true?

FAR180 Discusses Archaeology. Are the characters, places and events written about in the Bible mythical like Hantzel and Gretel – Robin Hood or Jack in the beanstalk, or places like Oz, Camelot, Mordor or the Enchanted forest. If the people places and events in the Bible were true, wouldn’t it be reasonable to assume that Archaeology could dig stuff up to prove it? Archaeology has proven that the people - places & events written about in the bible were in fact historical, not invented. Archaeology has proven to be the Bible’s best friend corroborating the scripture historicity!

Background Photo taken by Adele Beaton: Port Hood, Cape Breton NS. Canada

Sources:

http://far180.com/
https://blog.faithlife.com/blog/2014/...
Seminar - Historical and Archaeological Evidence for the Jewish Diaspora:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1moJM...
Dr. Gary Rendsburg:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyEZ4...
Dr Doug Petrovich and Darlene Brooks Hedstrom “The Search for Early Christian Egypt:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKm9e...
https://www.laniertheologicallibrary....
Dr. Joseph Holden: https://vimeo.com/24514152
https://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/
https://www.challies.com/sponsored/10...
https://www.equip.org/article/biblica...
https://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/d...
https://www.imj.org.il/en/wings/archa...
https://www.britishmuseum.org/
https://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/d...

New Testament - Is it Legitimate?

FAR180 Discusses, Is The New Testament Legitimate? Is it what the original authors wrote and how do we know, if in fact it is? Or has it been changed like the children's telephone game. How accurate is it compared to other ancient documents, such as describing ancient Greece and Rome?

FAR180's mission is to be a source of evidence for God and Christianity for those wanting to share why they believe and for skeptics wanting to know the truth.

Video Background Photo: North West Arm, Halifax NS. Photographer: Adele Beaton.

Video Sources:
Dr. Brant Pitre - “The Case for Jesus” The Reliability of the Gospels and the Jewish Roots of Jesus' Divinity
DR. William Lane Craig - Establishing the Gospel's Reliability.
Ravi Zacharias International Ministries - How do we know Jesus was really who he said he was?
The Veritas Forum - How Badly Was the New Testament Corrupted?
Cold Case Christianity - The Case for the Reliability of the New Testament (Free Bible Insert)
A & Ω Productions - The Bible is Historical and True, Amazing! // Voddie Baucham
Dr. Gary R. Habermas - History, Philosophy, and Christian Apologetics

 

Is there Evidence that Jesus Rose from the Dead?

Who did Jesus claim to be and what evidence is there for His resurrection? Why did the first Christians choose death over denying they saw Jesus alive after HIs execution? How reliable is the evidence? If you have ever asked these questions, you do not want to miss this video!

Photo Behind David - Location: Little Judique, Cape Breton Nova Scotia .

 

Is Jesus the foretold coming Savior?

Is Jesus the foretold coming Savior or Messiah written about in The Old testament? what evidence is there that He is? What are the Odds of one person fulfilling 8 or more prophesies? How did the first Christians use Prophesy to evangelize? Why don't modern Jews recognize Jesus as their Messiah? FAR180 answers all of these questions and more in today's video.

https://jewsforjesus.org/answers/top-40-most-helpful-messianic-prophecies/

https://jewsforjesus.org/answers/what-proof-do-you-have-that-jesus-is-the-messiah/

 

Skepticism and scripture

Is it normal to be skeptical or have doubts about your faith? Do you feel there is something wrong with you because you do? Well don't! It's part of being human and even Biblical. The good news is that Christianity is not a religion based on blind faith but belief based on sound reasoning and evidence.

Skepticism is not new to our generation, which is why 2000 years ago, St. Peter (3:15) told us to, “always be prepared to provide a defense for the hope that in in you” and the consequences of not doing so are visible all around us.