Intro to Forbidden Archaeology: Out-of-Place Artifacts Support a Biblical Worldview

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Since my interest in ancient civilizations began years ago, I’ve increasingly believed we modern humans don’t know much about much. We just think we do.

Even when we use the word “modern” to describe ourselves, it resonates tones of arrogance by implying that we have made it – that we have finally graduated from stupid to smart, from religion (or superstition) to science.

We have a whole world full of evidence that supports the biblical account of Creation but we’ve been spoon-fed an interpretation of that evidence borne out of rebellion to God and therefore cannot have any basis in fact. Of course, I’m talking about human evolutionary theory – that Man was way stupid before he was way smart and even before that, he was just a molecule of scum in a puddle.

Forbidden Archaeology. We rarely hear about these discoveries because they don’t fit into the established, traditional…

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