2018 Biblical Archaeological Evidence: Archaeology Findings Prove Bible
In today’s world, many people question the reliability and validity of the Bible. There is a lot of doubt concerning Biblical historical accuracy, as many believe it is merely a book of fairy tales and myths. But what does the evidence suggest? Many might be surprised to find there is a copious amount of Biblical archaeological evidence supporting its veracity.
Many people see the Bible as merely a book of legends and folklore, without any real historical value. But what if we found that there is a prolific amount of archaeological evidence which supports the Bible? If archaeology could corroborate and validate people, places, events, etc., perhaps our perspective would radically change.
If we found extensive Biblical archaeological evidence, perhaps we would begin to view the Bible less as a book of fairy tales, and more like an ancient history book.
25,000 Finds Supporting Bible Record
Currently, there have been over 25,000 archaeological finds which support the Biblical narrative. In fact, there has been no valid archaeological find which has disproved the Biblical narrative. If there is actual physical evidence which supports the Bible, maybe it’s words would and should hold more weight.
Quotes About Biblical Archaeological Evidence from Prominent Figures:
“As a matter of fact, however, it may be stated categorically that no archaeological discovery has ever controverted a biblical reference. Scores of archaeological findings have been made which confirm in clear outline or exact detail historical statements in the Bible” – Nelson Glueck, Archeologist, “Rivers in the Desert”
“In extraordinary ways, modern archaeology has affirmed the historical core of the Old and New Testaments—corroborating key portions of the stories of Israel’s patriarchs, the Exodus, the Davidic monarchy, and the life and times of Jesus.” – Jeffery Sheler, “Is the Bible True,” US News & World Report (secular news source)
Biblical archaeological evidence
The following Biblical archaeological evidence is listed in no particular order of time or importance. These items from archaeology digs and excavations corroborate and parallel the Biblical narrative. Below is a compiled list of just a fraction of historical finds…
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