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In Case of Emergency
– Break Glass

It's a fact. No archaeological discovery has ever proven a Biblical reference wrong. The amazing accuracy of the Bible has been substantiated time and time again by excavation of ancient sites and archaeological finds - it is a living testimony to the witness of the early Church.

The infamous ‘sin cities’ of Sodom & Gomorrah were found next to the Dead Sea (where the Bible says they were), astrologers say, there was a planetary alignment above Bethlehem 2000 years ago and archaeologist have dug up the ancient city of Jericho in Israel and found that the walls did indeed collapse and all modern day soldiers know that they should  ‘break step’ when crossing a bridge, because the resonance from an army marching in time is strong enough to make it vibrate and collapse.

Genesis 1:1 (written 3,500 years ago) said: “In the beginning the earth was without form and void, and darkness was over the face of the deep and God said, Let there be light and there was light” (or first their was nothing and now their is everything), which is the best description of the Big Bang theory I’ve ever heard and more besides it wasn't considered by science until Einstein proposed it in 1927. Furthermore, modern DNA science proves that we had a common ancestor (Adam & Eve). The list goes on and on.

But the Bible is more than just a history/science/astrology book, as the there is a real POWER within it’s pages (which is something that science cannot explain). For those who have read it, will bear witness that it has the power to transform and change lives. In addition, countless millions of people will testify that when they pray in the Lords name and hold the Bible in their hands, then ‘strange coincidences happen' and when they don't, well they don't'.

Which beggars the question: 'Why do people keep their Bible in a box and use it as a last resort in times of emergencies?'... Discuss.

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