Originally posted on The Bookwyrm's Lair:
Very much a sequel to Unwrapping the Pharaohs, David Down’s Unveiling the Kings of Israel demonstrates that “far from being a book of myths, the Bible is an amazing historical record and each year, more archaeological discoveries continue to prove its validity and significance. This book covers much…

Originally posted on The Bookwyrm's Lair:
Few books in Christendom are wrapped around as brilliant a concept as this one. Within the pages of Who Needs A Superhero?, author H. Michael Brewer takes his love and knowledge of comic book superheroes and explores some key doctrines of the faith. Surprisingly, this book is neither…

Originally posted on The John Lazarus Adventures:
Johnny Came Home is my upcoming superhero sci-fi novel set in the town of Midwich, West Virginia. Noting that microbes-to-man evolution is the the preferred explanation for comic book super powers these days, I basically set out to see if superheroes could be explained from a Biblical creationist…

Originally posted on The Bookwyrm's Lair:
Following in the footsteps of the first volume, Demolishing Contradictions Vol. 2 provides reasonable answers for 40 more challenges to the integrity of Scripture. Contributors to this volume include Bodie Hodge, David Wright, Tim Chaffey, Mariah Smith, Michael Belknap, Tommy Mitchell, Troy Lacey, Ron Dudek, Tommy Mitchell, Kyle Runge,…

Originally posted on The Bookwyrm's Lair:
Egyptian chronology simply doesn’t confirm the Bible, but there is an excellent reason for this. Egyptian chronologies contain inflated lifespans for their god-kings and do not take into account Eusebius’ statement that “several Egyptian kings ruled at the same time… It was not a succession of kings occupying…