Archaeology and modern medical techniques may be able to shed some light on one of the Bible's most intriguing stories: the madness of the Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar II, according to new research. Our good friend Professor Tom Meyer—known worldwide as The Bible Memory Man—is also an expert in Middle Eastern languages. He believes that archaeology, combined with the medical knowledge we possess today, can help validate many stories in the Bible. He joins us for a fascinating conversation in the 7 am hour!
Article in The Jerusalem Post:
Could archeology and modern medicine help validate the Bible?
Plus, more Bible Q&A with Open Line's Dr. Michael Rydelnik at 8 am ET.
The Bible Memory Man has memorized over 20 books of the Bible. He is a frequent guest speaker at churches and conferences where he presents the Bible spoken dramatically from memory in an engaging and powerful manner. Sharing his Bible memory insights, Tom inspires Christians to memorize the Bible.
Dr. Rydelnik is professor of Jewish Studies at Moody Bible Institute and the Bible teacher on Moody Radio's Open Line answering listener Bible questions (Saturday mornings 10–Noon ET). The son of Holocaust survivors, he was raised in an observant Jewish home in Brooklyn, N.Y., and became a follower of Jesus the Messiah during his high school years. He's the author of several books, and co-editor of The Moody Bible Commentary.
Kurt Goff, co-host of Kurt and Kate Mornings, is a broadcasting veteran with a pastor's heart. He is a graduate of Texas Christian University and has more than 30 years of experience anchoring television news and hosting a variety of radio programs around the country. Upbeat and encouraging, Kurt has a passion for connecting people to God. He and his wife, Liz, have two sons.
Kate Bruington is the co-host of Kurt and Kate Mornings, Midday host, and can also be heard on Music for Sunday. Originally from East Hartford, Conn., Kate brings years of TV and radio experience to Moody Radio in Florida. She attended Boston Conservatory of Music and traveled the country singing before entering the broadcasting field. Kate's pastimes are reading and writing, and she currently spends much of her free time writing a novel. She has two daughters and two grandchildren.