Archaelogical finds are now confirming on almost a weekly basis what we see in the Scriptures, particularly in the OT. Here is another one from earlier this week, as reported by cbn.com:
An Israeli archaeologist said Monday an ancient wall in east Jerusalem confirms part of the Old Testament of the Bible.
Dr. Eilat Mazar said pottery shards found at the site date the walls to the 10th century B.C. That is 3,000 years ago when the Bible says Jerusalem was ruled by King Solomon.
Some archaeologists say the biblical stories of Kings David and Solomon are just a myth. But others, like Mazar, say the Old Testament account found in 1 Kings is absolutely true.
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- Chris Carr
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