Search for the Lost Shipwreck of Paul
- Was St. Paul's Bay really the site of Paul's shipwreck?
- What route did Paul's boat take, and where would that leave them when they dropped the anchors?
- What type of boat was used, and what type of anchors would it have had?
- Would the anchors have decayed over time?
- What exactly happened on the night of the shipwreck?
In September of 2000, Bob Cornuke flew to Malta. That trip marked the start of nearly two years of research and discovery in search of the lost anchors described in Acts.
The true story of The Lost Shipwreck of Paul reads like a gripping fiction novel, as Cornuke takes readers along with him into the investigation. Using techniques he learned as a police officer and crime scene investigator, he probes each angle of the mystery.
Cornuke takes you into his life experience to find the answer in The Lost Shipwreck of Paul. Suspense and drama unfold in this riveting, true account that presents one of the most astounding discoveries of the century. Page-by-page, it is history found and history made.
Runtime approx. 34 minutes
Copyright © 2012 Base Institute
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Bob Cornuke is a Biblical investigator, international explorer and author of nine books. He has participated in over Sixty expeditions around the world searching for lost locations described in the Bible. Bob has appeared on National Geographic Channel, CBS, NBC’s Dateline, Good Morning America, CNN, MSNBC, Fox, ABC, History Channel and Ripley’s Believe It or Not. Bob was the President of the Bible Archaeology Search and Exploration (BASE) Institute and is now Lead Research Specialist at Koinonia House. He also serves as special advisor for the National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools and was invited by the President’s staff to conduct a Bible study for White House personnel.
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