About The Show

The Bible is a repository for tales of miracles and divine interventions. But did any of the miraculous events described in this sacred book really happen as recorded? This remarkable new series examines the great biblical stories and the passionate quests to understand them.

Lost Cities investigates the alleged depravity in Sodom and Gomorrah that led to God levelling the two cities, and examines the theory that Jericho actually fell because it was built on a geologic fault line.

In Hunt for the Ark, we ask whether this golden casket that contained the Ten Commandments really existed, and if so, whether there is any logical explanation for its mysterious disappearance. Was it really spirited away from Solomon’s Temple by the Knights Templar?

Secret Code of Revelations dissects the final book of the Bible’s predictions of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, who traditionally symbolise pestilence, war, famine, and death, leading to the battle of Armageddon, and explains why millions of people believe that these apocalyptic prophesies are coming true today.

Exodus revisits the story of Moses parting the Red Sea to save the Israelites from the Egyptian army, and searches for historical evidence of the ten plagues famously visited upon Egypt.

Finally, in Search for Noah, we consider the geological evidence for the Old Testament’s Great Flood. Could it have been the result of a comet hitting the Earth? We also use satellite imagery to search for the final resting place of Noah’s Ark.
 

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