Who first recorded the creation of the world? What tools did people use in Bible times? When did the Israelites arrive and settle in Canaan? Who did Paul meet during his travels and ministry? The Bible is the most popular book in the world, yet there are many questions people ask as they seek evidence of its veracity. For truth seekers in search of physical evidence relating to the history of the world and the origin of faith, archaeology provides a rich treasure trove pointing toward the answers they seek. In How Archaeology Confirms the Bible , Dr. Titus M. Kennedy presents 101 objects from more than 50 museums, private collections, and archaeological sites, to offer strong and compelling evidence for the historical accuracy of Scripture. Follow along the chronology of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation, with artifacts from the Mesopotamian tablets that record creation to an inscription that mentions Pontius Pilate the governor. Examine inscriptions, coins, scarabs, tablets, papyri, stelae, reliefs, statues, altars, jewelry, weapons, tools, and pottery through vivid color photography. And learn how these artifacts not only demonstrate the historical reliability of the Bible but illuminate the ancient context for a more accurate understanding of God's Word.