Did God destroy Sodom, Gomorrah and the Tower of Babel?
The southern end of the Dead Sea is believed to be the ancient land of Canaan, site of the legendary cities of sin, Sodom and Gomorrah. According to the Bible, these cities, along with three others, were destroyed by fire and brimstone. But did these cities even exist? Were there really two cities called Sodom and Gomorrah...so wicked they were utterly demolished by God? Has evidence been found that finally proves the biblical account and actually pinpoints the exact site of these five cities? Archaeological discoveries include the findings of actual bodies encased in salt, as the Bible states in Genesis. Join us as we shed new might on an age-old argument: were Sodom and Gomorrah real cities or moralistic myths?
Some of the animosity in the world today can be traced to a single event related in the Bible: the confusion of language and the dispersion of the races at the Tower of Babel. But was there ever such a tower to begin with? And if there was ...has it really been found in ancient Babylon? Can we actually confirm that there was a time in the distant past when everyone spoke the same language and essentially belonged to the same race? Do the modern sciences of linguistics, sociology and archaeology tell us that a common language and common ancestry all arise from a single place on earth and a single point in time? Surprising answers to this age-old mystery will connect you to your past and the sociopolitical problems in many parts of the world today.