The Bible as History

The New Encyclopedia Britannica calls the Bible "the most influential collection of books in human history"

Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States, called the Bible "the best gift God has ever given to man ... but for it we could not know right from wrong".

However,during the 18th and 19th centuries, certain academically minded Christians began to question the Bible's historical accuracy. These scholars became known as "higher critics" and claimed much of the Bible was composed of legend and myth.

Even in the 21st Century, higher criticism is still taught in the seminaries of Christendom. It is far from unusual to hear prominent clergymen publicly disavow large sections of the Bible. One Anglican minister was recently quoted in an Australian newspaper as saying "... the Bible is just wrong! The history is wrong. The details are garbled"

Is this true?

How historically accurate is the Bible?

Can we base our faith and confidence on its historical reliability?


This DVD ROM attempts to provide exhaustive evidence from reliable historical and archaeological sources that the Bible is accurate and reliable in every detail and statement it makes.


The DVD ROM presents its collections in FOUR sections:


1. Reference Works  (all in PDF format, fully searchable and printable)

-  Archaeology and the Bible - George Barton
-  Explorations in the Bible Lands - H V Hilprecht
-  Archeological Discoveries and their Bearing on the New Testament - Camden M Cobern
-  The Works of Falvius Josephus - Translated by William Whiston
-  Christianity in Josephus, Tacitus and Suetonius - Henry Julian White
-  The Last Days of Jerusalem - Alfred J Church
-  Ancient Empires of the East - A H Sayce
-  History of the People of Israel - Carl Cornill
-  A History of the Literature of Ancient Israel - Henry Fowler
-  Early Israel and the Surrounding Nations - A H Sayce
-  Politics and Religion in Ancient Israel - James Todd
-  Bible Chronology carefully unfolded - Smith B Goodenow
-  The Exodus - Alfred Edersheim
-  Digging up Biblical History - J.Garrow Duncan
-  The Truth of the Bible Confirmed by History - Bourchier Savile
-  A Dictionary of the Bible - Philip Schaff
-  The Ecclesiastical historians - Philo and Josephus - John Jones
-  Education in Ancient Israel - Fletcher Swift
-  Egypt and Israel - W.Brewer
-  Abraham, his life and times - W J Deane
-  Moses and the Monuments - Melvin Grove Kyle
-  The Life and Times of Joseph in the Light of Egyptian History - Henry Tomkins
-  The Book of Isaiah in the light of History - Robert Kennett
-  The Great Epic of Israel - Amos Fiske
-  History, Prophecy and the Monuments (Vol 1)  - James McCurdy
-  History, Prophecy and the Monuments (Vol 2) - James McCurdy
-  History, Prophecy and the Monuments (Vol 3)  - James McCurdy
-  Ancient Chronology - Olaf Alfred Toffteen
-  The Historic Exodus - Olaf Alfred Toffteen
-  Jewish History from the return from Babylon to Herod the Great - H A Henry
-  Abraham Lincolns Use and Respect for the Bible - Samuel Jackson
-  Authority and Archaeology - D G Hogarth
-  The Old Testament in the Light of the Ancient East - Alfred Jeremias
-  Blending Lights - William Fraser
-  The Bible Vindicated by Discoveries in Lands of Scripture  - Anon
-  The Old and New Testament Connected (Vol 1) - Humphrey Prideaux
-  The Old and New Testament Connected (Vol 2) - Humphrey Prideaux
-  Herod the Great - William Willet
-  Archeological research in Bible Lands - Abraham Anspacher
-  History and the Gospels - C H Dodds
-  Studies in Biblical Archaeology - Joseph Jacobs
-  The Bible Vindicated - Anon
-  Biblical Archaeology - Johann Jahn
-  The Am ha-aretz and there Place in Hebrew Society - Mayer Sulzberger
-  Bible History - William Henry Green
-  The Chronology of the Hebrew Bible Vindicated - Robert Clayton
-  The Bible as literature - William Fiddian Moulton
-  Eighteen Treatises from the Mishna - D A de Sola
-  Archaeology of the Old Testament - Edouard Naville
-  Biblical Archaeology - Louis Berkhof

2. Video

- Over 4 hours of informative video presentations in WMV format (computer use only).


3. Audio

- An excellent audio presentation :"The Louvre Museum and the Bible" in MP3 format (computer use only).

4. Pictures

An interesting selection of JPEG images featuring many famous archeological artifacts that did much
to silence the critics of the Bible.



All in all, an excellent resource for personal study, back ground Bible research and public speaking assignment preparation.


Even if many still stubbornly view the Bible as merely the "word of men", all true Christians have an obligation to "let God be found true, though every man be found a liar". (Rom 3:4)

Hopefully this DVD ROM will help you do this.










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Temple relief at Karnak, Egypt describing Pharaoh Shishaks invasion of Judea
"The Moabite Stone" in the Louvre Museum, Paris although a Pagan relic, features the Divine name repeatedly in reference to the Israelites, showing it was in common usuage in antiquity. 
The Priests at the temple in Jerusalem show Alexander the biblical prophesies predicting his rise to power. (Dan 8: 5 - 8, 21)
Tiberius Caesar : the Gospel writer Luke's remarkably detailed time line (Luke 3: 1 - 3)  
matched Tiberius 15th year with the start of Jesus ministry. All the Roman officials mentioned in the account are confirmed by secular historians.

The Arch of Titus in Rome, graphically illustrates the power of fulfilled Bible prophecy. Roman soldiers loot the temple in Jerusalem, a destruction vividly predicted by Jesus Christ 37 years previous. (Matt 24, Mark 13, Luke 21)
People and Cultures of the Bible
The Bible primarily focuses on the history of and God's dealings with the nation of Israel.

However, many other peoples and cultures which came into contact with the Israelites are of considerable interest to Bible students.

Sometimes the scriptures provide considerable details about the customs and behaviors of certain nations
(eg Canaan, Egypt, Babylon). Generally however, the details are scant, with only passing reference being made to the foreign cultures and lifestyles of the peoples that surrounded Israel.

The purpose of the DVD ROM  : "People and Cultures of the Bible" is to provide exhaustive background reference material from respected scholarly sources, which give insight into the surrounding nations that so often had such a dramatic impact on God's chosen people.

The DVD ROM is divided into FOUR SECTIONS:


Part 1 : Reference Works


- 001 Life in  New Testastament Palestine - Anon
- 002 Picturesque Palestine - Charles Wilson
- 003 Life in Roman Palestine - Anon
- 004 The Historical Geography of the Holy Land - George A Smith
- 005 Palestine - The Home of God's People - William Gage
- 006 Lands and Peoples of the Bible - James Baikie
- 007 A Geographical Dictionary of the Holy Scriptures - Aaron Arrowsmith
- 008 History of the People of Israel - Ernest Renan
- 009 The People of Palestine - Elihu Grant
- 010 Palestine and the Bible - Samuel Schor
- 011 Social Life in Egypt - Stanley Lane-Poole
- 012 A History of the Egyptian people - E A Budge
- 013 The Pharaohs and their people - E.Berkley
- 014 Village Life in Egypt - Bayle St John
- 015 Ancient Egyptian Costumes & Decorations - Mary Houston (1954)
- 016 The Philistines - Robert Macalister
- 017 The Philistines and the Israelites - H.Martyn Kennard
- 018 The Conquest of Canaan - Alexander Mackay
- 019 Israels Settlement of Canaan - C F Burney
- 020 Out of Egypt, Into Canaan - Martin Knapp
- 021 The Edomites - Mary Witter
- 022 Syria and the Syrians - Gregory Wortabet
- 023 Life in Ancient Assyria - G Maspero
- 024 Assyria - Its Princes, Priests and People - A H Sayce
- 025 Babylonians & Assyrians - life and customs - A H Sayce
- 026 The Life of the Ancient East - James Baikie
- 027 The Civilization of Babylonia - Morris Jastrow
- 028 The Jews in Babylonia in the time of Ezra & Nehemiah - Samuel Daiches
- 029 The Samaritans - John Thomson
- 030 The Samaritans - Their History & Theology - James Montgomery
- 031 The Messianic Hope of the Samaritans - Jacob ben Aaron
- 032 Samaritan History and Literature - John Nutt
- 033 Apostolic Preaching to the Samaritans - James Franks
- 034 Jewish life after the exile - Thomas Cheyne
- 035 Life and Manners in Persia - Mary Sheil
- 036 Persia and its Peoples - Ella Sykes
- 037 Persian Life and Customs - Samuel Wilson
- 038 The Life of the Ancient Greeks - Charles Gulick
- 039 Ancient Greece - its art, literature and philosophy - H.B Cotterill
- 040 Jewish History from the Days of Alexander the great - Maurice Harris
- 041 Common People in Ancient Rome - Frank Abbott
- 042 Society in Rome under the Caesars - William Inge
- 043 State and Family in Early Rome - Charles Launspach
- 044 The Pharisees and Jesus - A.T Robertson
- 045 Pharisaism and the Gospels - Israel Abraham
- 046 Jewish Social Life in the Days of Christ - Alfred Edersham
- 047 Manners of the Ancient Israelites - Adam Clarke
- 048 Jewish Institutions and Customs - William Rosenau
- 049 The Jewish Child - W M Feldman
- 050 Jewish Laws & Customs - A.Kingsley Glover


Part 2 : Video

Over 3 hours of highly interesting and informative video
presentations featuring many of the Peoples and Cultures
mentioned in sacred scripture.


Section Three : Audio

Over 2 hours of  audio material in MP3 format.


Section Four : Pictures

Over 50 full color high quality images featuring beautiful full color images
of Peoples and Cultures featured in the Bible record.



Learning more about the "People and Cultures of the Bible" will certainly add value and improve
your understanding of why many Bible characters behaved the way they did in various situations.  

This will add depth and substance to your Bible study.

In addition, you will not fail to be impressed by the profound accuracy of the Bible record
when it discusses contemporary nations and their cultures. 


  
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The Canaanites : "Did a civilization of such abominable filth and brutality have any right to exist? Archaeologists who dig in the ruins of Canaanite cities wonder why God did not destroy them sooner than he did"
(Henry H Halley :  Halleys Bible Handbook
p161) 
The Egyptians : Egypt and its inhabitants are referred to over 700 times in the Bible. They had a profound influence on the Israelites.
The Philistines : Occupying the coastal plain of Palestine, during a major part of the Hebrew Scripture period, the Philistines were one of the fiercest and most aggressive of Israel's enemies.
The Samaritans : were foreigners who were relocated by the Assyrians to the conquered northern ten tribe kingdom.They were despised by the Jews because of their "fusion religion", which mixed the writings of Moses with paganism and spiritism.

Above : a modern day Samaritan priest displays an ancient copy of the Samaritan
Pentateuch (the first 5 books of the Bible). 
Great Historical Characters of the New Testament
A faith building and confidence producing feature of the Bible record is its historical accuracy.

Nowhere is this more apparent than in the Gospels and the other writings contained in the Christian
Greek scriptures or the so called "New Testament".

This should not surprise us as "all scripture is inspired of God and is beneficial for teaching, for reproving, for setting things straight, for disciplining in righteousness" (2 Tim 3:16).

With such an accurate divine author, we can surely read the scriptures with confidence, knowing that every statement made is factual and completely reliable.

But what adds even more strength to our faith, is when we find outside sources, (many of whom 
bitterly opposed Christianity at the time the Christian Greek Scriptures were written), actually confirming the accuracy of the historical statements made in those sacred books!


The purpose of the DVD ROM  : "Great Historical Characters of the New Testament" is to provide exhaustive background reference material from respected scholarly sources, providing dramatic evidence that whenever a person, place or event is recorded in sacred scripture, every factual statement used by the inspired writer is 100% accurate.


The DVD ROM is divided into FOUR SECTIONS:


Part 1 : Reference Works (all PDF and are printable and fully searchable).


- 001 Historical Evidence of the New Testament - Shadrach Bowman
- 002 A Historic View of the New Testament - Percy Gardner
- 003 Historic Evidence of the Books of the New Testament - Samuel Tregelles
- 004 The Historicity of Jesus - Shirley Case
- 005 The Witnesses to the Historicity of Jesus - Arthur Drews
- 006 The Historical Atlas of the Life of Christ - Richard Hodge 
- 007 The Historic Jesus - Charles Lester
- 008 The Historical Setting of the Gospels - Thomas Hall
- 009 John the Baptist - F B Meyer
- 010 The Apostles of Christ in History - David Bacon
- 011 Joseph (anon)
- 012 The History of Mary - Wallis Budge
- 013 Priscilla and Aquila (anon)
- 014 Philemon - A H Drysdale
- 015 Timothy and Titus - Alfred Humphreys
- 016 The Historical Character of the Gospel of John - Joseph Robinson
- 017 The Gospels as Historical Documents - Vincent Stanton
- 018 Luke the Physician - William Ramsay
- 019 The Historical Apostle Paul - Ferdinand Baur
- 020 Paul the Traveler and Roman Citizen - William Ramsay
- 021 The Cities of Paul -  William Ramsay
- 022 Barnabas (anon)
- 023 The Herod's - Frederic William Farrar
- 024 Lazarus - Lucas Cleeve
- 025 James (brother of Jesus) - Anon
- 026 The History of Peter - Henry Blunt
- 027 Peter the Apostle - William Taylor
- 028 The Life of Mary Magdalene - Domenico Cavalca
- 029 Judas Iscariot (anon)
- 030 Joseph of Arimathea (anon)
- 031 Caiaphas (anon)
- 032 Nicodemus (anon)
- 033 Gamaliel (anon)
- 034 The Pharisees and Jesus (Vol 1) - A.T Robertson
- 035 The Pharisees and Jesus (Vol 2) - A.T Robertson
- 036 Pontius Pilate (anon)
- 037 Cornelius the Centurion - Frederic Krummacher
- 038 The Jews Under Roman Rule - William Morrison
- 039 Christianity and the Roman Empire - William Addis
- 040 The Histories of Tacitus
- 041 The Twelve Caesars of the 1st Century - Suetonius
- 042 The Caesars - Thomas De Quincey
- 043 Julius Caesar - Warde Fowler
- 044 Augustus - Evelyn Shuckburgh
- 045 Tiberius Caesar - G P Baker
- 046 Christianity under Claudius - FF Bruce
- 047 Nero - Bernard Henderson
- 048 Vespasian and Titus - Homer Newton
- 049 The Siege of Jerusalem by Titus - Thomas Lewin
- 050 A History of Rome to the Death of Domitian - R W Browne


Part 2 : Video

Over 3 hours of highly interesting and informative video
presentations featuring outstanding Historical Characters of  the 
New Testament.


Section Three : Audio

Over 2 hours of  audio material in MP3 format.


Section Four : Pictures

Over 50 full color high quality images featuring beautiful full color images
of Great Historical Characters featured in the Christian Greek Scriptures.



This huge resource will add greatly to your understanding of the "Great Historical
Characters of the New Testament" and will strengthen your faith still further in 
the unerring, absolute accuracy of bible truth.  


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The historicity of Jesus Christ is attested to by over 20 secular historians and writers who wrote in first three centuries of the                                     common era.
"Now in those days a decree went forth from Caesar Augustus for all the inhabited earth to be registered" (Luke 2:1)
Herod I or Herod the Great (74 BCE, - 4 BCE) is described by one historian as "a madman who murdered his own family and a great many rabbis".  This fits in well with the Bibles description of the psychotic ruler who lived at the  time of Jesus birth.
Paul at the Areopagus (Athens)  All the places and geographical locations Paul visited during his missionary journeys are accurately described the New Testament and are confirmed by 1st century historians such                as Tacitus and Suetonius.
Yosef Bar Kayafa, better known as Caiaphas (Greek Καϊάφας)  was the Roman-appointed Jewish high priest who is said by Josephus to have made a huge fortune by manipulating the procedures regarding animal sacrifices and currency exchange at the temple. He had much to lose from exposure by Jesus. His solution was simple ... kill Jesus! 

He was later assassinated by zealots during the Jewish Revolt (66 CE - 72 CE).


The description of the sect of  the Pharisees in the gospel accounts is confirmed by first century historian Josephus.The Pharisees were a political party, a social movement, and a school of thought among Jews. They collaborated with the Romans during the occupation of Palestine and benefited enormously from this arrangement both financially and in terms of political influence. Jesus however saw through their
hypocrisy and never missed an opportunity to expose them!
     Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus 
( 15 December  37 CE  – 9 June 68 CE), better known as Nero, was Roman Emperor from 54 to 68 CE. He was infamous for his savage and cruel      persecution of  Christians during his reign. .
Great Historical Characters of the Old Testament
Bible scholar,  Walter Kaiser in his book "The Old Testament Documents: Are They Reliable & Relevant?" states :

"Secular historians and archaeologists have found independent corroboration for most of the people found in the Old Testament historical books. Archaeologists have now found sources outside the Bible that describe King Belshazzar of Babylon (Daniel 5:1), Sargon King of Assyria (Isaiah 20:1), Jehoiachin King of Judah (2 Kings 25:27-30) and his sons (1 Chronicles 3:17-18), Sanballat, Governor of Samaria (Neh. 12:22) including the years he governed, Tobiah the Ammonite and Geshem the Arab (Neh. 2:19), Hanani, Nehemiah’s brother (Neh. 7:2), and Johanan, the high priest (Neh. 12:22)"

Kaiser’s book goes on to note the independent validation of people mentioned in the scriptures such as Balaam, David, Ahab, Jehu, Hezekiah, and Menahem, and people groups such as the Hittites and Horites, and obscure locations mentioned in the Bible such as Ophir and Hebron.

This of coarse, comes as no surprise to genuine, sincere bible students who acknowledge and accept
that "all scripture is inspired of God and beneficial for teaching, for reproving, for setting things straight". (2 Timothy 3: 16,17).

However, the bible skeptic and critic will never be satisfied by such a simple and honest statement.

So it is useful to have at our disposal, a convenient collection of works produced by secular researchers and writers which confirm and corroborate the historicity and accuracy of the Old Testament narratives. 

The purpose of the DVD ROM  : "Great Historical Characters of the Old Testament" is to provide exhaustive background material from respected scholarly sources which  strengthens and supports the evidence provided in scripture, making our faith and confidence in the holy writings more certain.


The DVD ROM is divided into FOUR SECTIONS:


Part 1 : Reference Works (all PDF and are printable and fully searchable).


- 001 Studies in Old Testament Characters - Wilbert White
- 002 Abraham - Henry George Tomkins
- 003 Lots Wife - Alfred Clark
- 004 The Story of Jacob - F B Meyer
- 005 The Life and Times of  Joseph - Henry Tomkins 
- 006 Moses and the Prophets - William Green 
- 007 Moses the Servant of God - F B Meyer
- 008 Joshua - His Life and Times - William Deane
- 009 Joshua and the Land of Promise - F B Meyer
- 010 Job - Robert Watson
- 011 Job and his Times - Robert Wemyss
- 012 Job and the Problem of Suffering - William Bode
- 013 Ruth the Gleaner - William Taylor
- 014 Samson the Giant Judge - W A Scott
- 015 Samuel and Saul - William Deane
- 016 Samuel the Prophet - F B Meyer
- 017 David - His Life and its Lessons - William Taylor
- 018 David - Shepherd, Psalmist King - F B Meyer
- 019 David the King - Marcel Dieulafoy
- 020 Solomon - His Life and Times - Frederic Farrar
- 021 Elijah - F B Meyer
- 022 Elijah the Prophet - William Taylor
- 023 Elijah, his Life and Times - William Milligan
- 024 Jezebel (anon)
- 025 Elisha the Man of God - Robert Dodds
- 026 The Prophet Elisha - John Lowrie
- 027 Tiglath Pileser - Abraham Anspacher
- 028 Jewish History in the Times of Sargon - Edward Strachey
- 029 Sennacheribs Campaigns - Henry Kieme
- 030 The History of Sennacherib - George Smith
- 031 The History of Esarhaddon - E A Wallis Budge
- 032 Jeremiah - Priest and Prophet - F B Meyer
- 033 Nebuchadnezzar - Anon
- 034 Belshazzar -  William Davis 
- 035 The Prophet Ezekiel - A B Davidson
- 036 Ezekiel - John Skinner
- 037 Ezra & Nehemiah - George Rawlinson
- 038 Cyrus the Great - Jacob Abbott
- 039 Darius the Mede - Joseph Horner
- 040 Artaxerxes and his Reign - Noah Hirschy
- 041 Daniel - A Voice from Babylon - Joseph Seiss
- 042 The Prophecies of Daniel - Sir Isaac Newton
- 043 The Prophet Daniel - Arno Gaebelein
- 044 Zechariah - The Prophet of Hope - F B Meyer
- 045 Alexander the Great - Robert Steele
- 046 Nimrod (anon)
- 047 The Prophets of Israel - Moses Buttenwieser
- 048 The Patriarchal Age - George Smith
- 049 Characters of the Old Testament - Isaac Williams
- 050 Bible Biographies - Robert Sears


Part 2 : Video

Over 2 hours of highly interesting and informative video
presentations featuring outstanding Historical Characters of  the 
Old Testament.


Section Three : Audio

Over 3 hours of  audio material in MP3 format.


Section Four : Pictures

Over 50 full color high quality images featuring beautiful full color images
of Great Historical Characters featured in the Hebrew Scriptures.



This most valuable collection will build still further your faith and confidence in the unerring accuracy of sacred scripture. The volumes of corroborative  evidence featured on this DVD ROM will enhance and  support  your understanding of the "Great Historical Characters of the Old Testament"  and confirm in absolute terms Jesus statement at John 17: 17 ...  "your word is truth"  




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Solomon Greets the Queen of Sheba

Solomon, third king of Israel had annual revenue of 666 talents of gold equaling $246,643,000 in its modern cash equivalent (1 Kings 10:14,15) as well as silver and other merchandise.
And yet, when asked by God : "request what I should give you" he asked for wisdom not wealth. 
(1Ki 3:4 - 14)
King Solomon's Temple
    King Belshazzar of Babylon

For decades, Bible critics argued Belshazzar, the last king of Babylon never existed. However, archaeological evidence in the form of ancient cuneiform texts uncovered in the 19th century demonstrated once again the historicity of the Bible account. (Da 5:1,9; 7:1; 8:1).
 King Nebuchadnezzar prays to the            Babylonian God, Murduk, for                            guidance.

  However only Daniel, the prophet of            the true God could interpret his                   strange dreams accurately.




          Cyrus the Great

The founder of the Persian empire and conqueror of the Babylonian empire in 539 BCE.

In Isaiah's inspired prophecy, this ruler was specifically named centuries in advance and described as "the anointed one" of
Jehovah.

"This is what Jehovah has said to his anointed one, to Cyrus, whose right hand I have taken hold of, to subdue before him nations so that I may ungird even the hips of kings, to open before him the two leaved doors (of Babylon) so that even the gates will not be shut".

         (Isaiah 44: 26 - 45: 7)

The events prophesied by Isaiah are confirmed as actually taking place in remarkable detail by Persian historians in the "Cyrus Cylinder" (shown above).
                              Also Available:

         "The Bible as History Collection"

                            All Six DVD ROMs in the series:

                                  - "The Bible as History"

                       - "People and Cultures of the Bible"

        - "Great Historical Characters of the New Testament"

        - "Great Historical Characters of the Old  Testament"

                     - "The British Museum and the Bible"

                 -"Bible Prophecy - The Historical Evidence"







  Over 450 Major Reference Works (PDF), Hours of Video & Audio              presentations and hundreds of pictures to make your                   personal study of Bible history and prophecy come alive!


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The British Museum and the Bible 
Codex Alexandrinus
           Codex Sinaticus
The British Museum in London, England is a vast treasure trove of manuscripts, artifacts and archeological discoveries that are of enormous interest and importance to bible students.

Established in 1753, the museum was originally  based on the collections of the physician and scientist Sir Hans Sloane. 

The museum first opened to the public on 15 January 1759 in Montagu House in Bloomsbury, London, on the site of the current museum building. 

The British Museum,  is widely considered to be one of the greatest museums in human history and culture. Its permanent collection, numbering some eight million works, is amongst the finest, most comprehensive, and largest in the world, and many of the exhibits featured are of particular value to bible researchers as they provide astounding historical and archeological proof of the bibles unerring accuracy and reliability.


The DVD ROM (computer use only) "The British Museum and the Bible" features exhaustive (public domain) resources which provide access to the huge amount of information and knowledge available at the British Museum, particularly as it relates to the bible, world powers which affected the nation of Israel and the development of Christianity.




The DVD ROM is divided into FOUR SECTIONS:


Part 1 : Reference Works (all PDF and are printable and fully searchable).


- 001 The Bible and the British Museum - Ada Habershon
- 002 The Bible Student in the British Musuem - James Kitchin
- 003 The British Museum with Bible in Hand - Frank Jannaway
- 004 A Guide to the Bible Manuscripts of the British Museum - Anon
- 005 Bible Artifacts in the British Museum - Ferrell Jenkins
- 006 Biblical Texts in the British Museum - E A Wallis-Budge
- 007 Hebrew Manuscripts in the British Museum - Anon
- 008 The British Museum Library - Gertrude Rawlings
- 009 Christian Antiquities in the British Museum - O M Dalton
- 010 The British Museum - Historical & Descriptive - David Masson
- 011 Touring the British Museum - Stafford North
- 012 The British Museum - Its History and Treasures - Henry Shelley
- 013 The British Museum Handbook Guide for Visitors  -  Anon
- 014 The Lives of the Founders of the British Museum - Edward Edwards
- 015 A Handy Book of the British Museum - Thomas Nichols
- 016 Archaeology and the Bible - George Barton
- 017 Archeological Discoveries and the New Testament - Camden M Cobern
- 018 Encyclopedia of Archaeology (Vol 1) - Thomas Fosbroke
- 019 Encyclopedia of Archaeology (Vol 2) - Thomas Fosbroke
- 020 A Guide to the Egyptian Collections of the British Musuem - E A Wallace-Budge
- 021 A Dictionary of Ancient Egypt - Anon
- 022 Egyptian Antiquities in the British Museum - Samuel Sharpe
- 023 Journeys in Egypt on Behalf of the British Museum (Vol 1) - E A Budge
- 024 Journeys in Egypt on Behalf of the British Museum (Vol 2) - E A Budge
- 025 Hieroglyphic Texts at the British Museum - Scott Moncrieff
- 026 Assyrian Texts of the British Museum - Samuel Alden Smith
- 027 Assyrian Antiquies of the British Museum - Anon
- 028 Magicians & Astrologers of Nineveh in the British Museum (Vol 1) - Reginald Thompson
- 029 Magicians & Astrologers of Nineveh in the British Museum (Vol 2) - Reginald Thompson
- 030 The Prisms of Esarhaddon & Ashurbanipal - R.Campbell Thompson
- 031 Babylonian Kings in the British Museum - D J Wiseman
- 032 Babylonian Antiquities in the British Museum - E A Wallis-Budge
- 033 Discoveries in the Ruins of Nineveh & Babylon - Austin H Layard 
- 034 A History of Babylon - L W King
- 035 Ur of the Chaldees - J E Curtis
- 036 Cyrus the Great - Jacob Abbott
- 037 Darius the Mede - Joseph Horner
- 038 Sculptures and Inscriptions of Darius the Great - L W King
- 039 Media , Babylon and Persia - Zenaide Ragozin
- 040 Greek and Roman Life - Trustees of the British Musuem
- 041 The Tomb of Alexander - Edward Clarke
- 042 The Gods of Greece at the British Musuem - Anon
- 043 The Sculptures of the Parthenon in the British Museum - W Clowes
- 044 The History of Greek and Roman Philosophy and Science - Charles Blomfield
- 045 Greek & Roman Antiquities in the British Museum - Edward Cook
- 046 Greek and Roman Reliefs in the British Mueum - A H Smith
- 047 The Roman Empire - H Stuart Jones
- 048 Ancient History of Rome - John Russell
- 049 Temples, Tombs & Monuments of Ancient Rome - William Adams
- 050 Handbook of Ancient Roman Marbles - H W Pullen
- 051 Explorations in the Bible Lands - H V Hilprecht
- 052 History of the People of Israel - Carl Cornill
- 053 Carchemish - Leonard Woolley
- 054 The Rosetta Stone - E A Budge
- 055 The Historical Accuracy of the Bible - Samuel Kinns
- 056 Stones are Crying Out - Ellen Henrietta Ranyard
- 057 Digitising the Codex Sinaiticus - Anon
- 058 The Manuscripts of the British Museum - Julius Gilson
- 059 The First Printed English New Testament - Edward Arber
- 060 Greek Manuscripts of the Holy Gospels - Frederick Scrivener
- 061 Illustrations from the Book of Genesis - M R James
- 062 Illustrations from the Book of Job - William Blake
- 063 Our Bible and the Ancient Manuscripts - Sir Frederic Kenyon
- 064  The History of the English Bible - S G Ayres
- 065 A Guide to Exhibited Manuscripts - Trustees of the British Museum
- 066 The Library of the British Museum - Richard Sims
- 067 Guide to the Animals & Plants of the Bible - British Museum Publications
- 068 The Dictionary of Religion and Ethics - Shailer Mathews
- 069 The Encyclopedia of Religion - William Benham
- 070 The Arab World at the British Museum - Trustees of the British Museum
- 071 Antiquities in the British Museum - W S W Vaux 
- 072 Treasures of the British Museum - F Arundale
- 073 The Exhibition Galleries of the British Musuem - Edward Bond
- 074 Memories of the British Musuem - Robert Cowtan
- 075 A Review of the Activities of the British Museum  


Part 2 : Video (AVI/ WMA format - computer use only)

Over 12 hours of informative video presentations discussing a wide variety of 
bible related topics particularly emphasizing the  outstanding historical accuracy of  the 
sacred scriptures as demonstrated by the exhibits of the British Museum.


Section Three : Audio

Over 3 hours of  fascinating audio presentations in MP3 format.


Section Four : Pictures

Over 50 full color high quality images featuring beautiful full color images
of bible related subjects  featured in the British Museum.


So if you enjoy having your faith and confidence confirmed that "All scripture is inspired of God for teaching, for reproving, and for setting things straight" (2 Tim 3: 16,17) then                 you will benefit  enormously from a consideration of the evidence presented 
                                                      in the DVD ROM:



                     "The British Museum and the Bible" 


Sir Hans Sloane (1660 – 1753). His personal collections were bequeathed to the nation and founded the basis of the British Museum.
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Assyrian relief depicting Sennacherib's attack on the Judean city of Lachish.
(2 Kings 18: 13,14)
Canaanite headdress
The nation of Israel were often affected and contaminated by the false religion and idolatry of the nations that surrounded them. Here is Apis the Egyptian bull god. (Exodus 32:4).
Osirus, Isis and Horus - the Egyptian Trinity.
The Lindisfarne Gospels is an illuminated Latin manuscript of the gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.
(Late 7th century or early 8th century)

   Bible Prophecy - The Historical Evidence
Few things strengthen the faith of a Christian more than a serious consideration of Bible prophecy.

Bible prophecy has been described as "history written in advance" and the bible student soon learns the truth of these words when he undertakes an objective review of the evidence.

However, many skeptics of the bible (including many archaeologists) challenge the prophecies of the bible, claiming many
were written after the event ... or never happened at all!

How can we satisfy ourselves that Bible prophecy is indeed true and accurate?

One way is to consider carefully the wealth of historical and archeological evidence that has been accumulated, that directly relates to the specific prophecies recorded in sacred scripture.

The purpose of this DVD ROM is to provide an exhaustive resource featuring many historical, geographical and archaeological reference works that support and confirm the unerring accuracy of the sacred writings.

These books (all PDF) are supplemented by interesting video and audio presentations.


The DVD ROM is divided into FOUR SECTIONS:


Part 1 : Reference Works (all PDF, printable and fully searchable).


- 001 The Evidence of Prophecy - Alexander Keith
- 002 Prophecy - Joseph F Rutherford
- 003 Wonders of Prophecy - John Urquhart
- 004 The Beacon Lights of Prophecy - Albert Knudson
- 005 Prophecy & Prophets in their Historical Relations - Frederick Eiselen
- 006 Prophetic Expositions - George Storrs
- 007 Evidence of the Truth of the Christian Religion through fulfilled Prophecy - Alexander Keith
- 008 The Fulfilment of Scriptural Prophecy in Ancient History - Stephen Wickens
- 009 Ruins of Bible Lands - A Journey over Fulfilled Prophecy - James Blackwood
- 010 World Government and Bible Prophecy - William Smith
- 011 The Time is at Hand - Charles Taze Russell
- 012 Christ in Old Testament History and Prophecy - Charles Spurgeon
- 013 Prophecy and History in Relation to the Messiah - Alfred Edershim
- 014 Hebrew Prophecy - Ely Zollars
- 015 The Truth of the Bible Confirmed by History - Bourchier Savile
- 016 History, Prophecy and the Monuments (Vol 1)  - James McCurdy
- 017 History, Prophecy and the Monuments (Vol 2) - James McCurdy
- 018 History, Prophecy and the Monuments (Vol 3)  - James McCurdy
- 019 Jewish History and Prophecy - Edward Strachey
- 020 Ancient Egypt - A Testimony to the Truth of the Bible - William Osburn
- 021 Assyria from the Rise of the Empire to the Fall of Nineveh - Zanaide Ragozin
- 022 The Fall of Babylon - Walter Haworth
- 023 Belshazzar - A Historic  Tale of the Fall of Babylon - William Davis
- 024 Cyrus the Great - Jacob Abbott
- 025 The Conquest by Alexander the Great of Persia - Philip Smith
- 026 The Destruction of Ancient Rome - Rodolfo Amedeo Lanciani
- 027 The Jews Under Roman Rule - William Morrison
- 028 The History of the Siege of Jerusalem - Flavius Josephus
- 029 Jerusalem Destroyed - Grierson Miss
- 030 The Siege of Jerusalem by Titus - Thomas Lewin
- 031 The Fall of Jerusalem - S Chalker
- 032 The History of the Rise and Fall of Christendom - Dr J E Thompson
- 033 What do the Prophets Say? - C I Schofield
- 034 The Prophets of Israel - Moses Buttenwieser
- 035 The Book of Isaiah in the Light of History - Robert Kennett
- 036 Jeremiah - Priest and Prophet - F B Meyer
- 037 Prophecy & Religion-  Studies in the Life of Jeremiah - John Skinner
- 038 The Prophet Ezekiel - A B Davidson
- 039 Daniel - A Voice from Babylon - Joseph Seiss
- 040 The Prophecies of Daniel - Sir Isaac Newton
- 041 A Historical Interpretation of the Prophecies of Daniel - Nathaniel Folsom
- 042 The Times of Daniel - Henry Taylor
- 043 The Prophecy of Micah - Arthur Tait
- 044 Zechariah - The Prophet of Hope - F B Meyer
- 045 An Historical Exposition of the Revelation of John - Matthew Habershon
- 046 World Conflict in the Light of the Prophetic Word - F.C Jennings
- 047 The European War in the Light Of Bible Prophecy - George Gudebrod
- 048 The Year 1914 in Bible Prophecy - T Troward
- 049 World War and Bible Prophecy - Harry Frank Howard
- 050 Great Events of Unfulfilled Bible Prophecy - Isaac Labagh


Part 2 : Video (AVI format - computer use only)

Over 5 hours of informative video presentations featuring masses of historical
and archaeological evidence confirming the absolute fulfillment of the hundreds of prophecies
contained in sacred scripture.


Section Three : Audio

Over 6 hours of  interesting audio presentations in MP3 format.


Section Four : Pictures

Over 50 full color high quality images featuring beautiful full color images
of bible related subjects  relating to the subject of Bible prophecy.


                                                         The apostle Peter said:

"Know this first, that NO prophecy of Scripture springs from any private interpretation .

For prophecy was at no time brought by man's will but men spoke from God, as they were 
                                       bourne along by Holy Spirit"     (1 Peter 1:20,21)



  Hopefully the mass of evidence featured on this DVD ROM will strengthen your confidence in these inspired words and in the unfailing accuracy of the Bible record.





               "Bible Prophecy - The Historical Evidence.


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The Bible book of Daniel    features many striking      prophecies depicting         world governments as        ferocious beasts. 
   (Daniel 7: 1 - 28) 
The destruction of Jerusalem at the hands of the Babylonians in 607 BCE was foretold by many Bible prophets including Isaiah and 
Jeremiah.
The Roman destruction of Jerusalem and its temple (70 CE) was prophesied by         Jesus himself. 
         (Luke 21:5,6)
Jesus prophesied "Days will come upon you when your enemies will build around you a fortification with pointed stakes and will encircle you and distress you from every side". (Luke 19:43).

These were precisely the battle tactics used by General Titus Flavious
Vespasianus Augustus (39 - 81 CE) shown above, during his ruthless siege of Jerusalem (March - Sept 70 CE)
Some Bible prophecies are either ongoing or yet to be fulfilled. 
(Rev 6:1 -7, Rev 14:8).

The Bibles record of 100% accuracy to date, can give us absolute confidence that remaining prophecies will similarly be fulfilled ...on time!
       "New Jerusalem"

          (Rev 21:1 - 27)
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"The Samaritans and Ancient Hebrew"