Tower of Babel (Part 7) Circumstantial Evidence Continued

The fact of the Babel dispersion due to the confusion of tongues is in reality the best explanation for the distinct nations and their different physical features we see today. Henry...

Tower of Babel (Part 6) Circumstantial Evidence

Another line of evidence for the reality of the Tower of Babel is the name Peleg (Genesis 10:25; 11:16, 17, 18, 19; 1 Chronicles 1:19, 25), which, according to the Bible,...

Tower of Babel (Part 5) Archaeological Evidence

In explaining the content of an inscription known as “Cuneiform Royal Inscriptions and Related Texts in the Schøyen Collection,” Owen Jarus comments, “In the inscription, Nebuchadnezzar talks about how he got...

Tower of Babel (Part 4) Where was the Tower?

Due to the large number of known ziggurats, the exact location of the original Tower of Babel has been debated. The precise site of the ancient tower of Babel is a matter...

Tower of Babel (Part 3) What was the Tower?

In an article from Answers Magazine, the question was asked “what did the Tower look like?” with the answer stating, “Studying the oldest buildings from the area, archaeologists assume the Tower...

Tower of Babel (Part 2) Historical documents Continued

Alexander Polyhistor, another ancient historian recording a quote from an even older historian Eupolemus on the Jewish presence in Assyria as is recorded by Eusebius, stated, Eupolemus in his book Concerning the...

The Tower of Babel (Part 1) Historical Documents

Many skeptics and inerrancy denying Bible commentators have scoffed at the Biblical account of the Tower of Babel, its miraculous overthrow and consequent dispersion of the people separating to settle the...
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