Tag Archives: Biblical Archaeology

The camel that broke the Bible’s back?


Once again, “scientific data” are given to point out inaccuracies in the Bible. This in itself does not discredit the Bible, nor prove it. In this case the evidence depends on which sources, which conclusions desired,and incomplete reporting.  Science is … Continue reading

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See the First Photographs Ever Taken of Jerusalem


SmartNews Keeping you current See the First Photographs Ever Taken of Jerusalem Since 1844, millions of photographs have probably been taken of Jerusalem. But these blurry snaps are the very first. By Rose Eveleth smithsonianmag.com January 23, 2014 Read more: … Continue reading

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10th-9th centuries BC Judean Temple Discovered Near Jerusalem


The Bible Places Blog has the news: A Judean temple from the 10th-9th centuries BC has been discovered four miles northwest of ancient Jerusalem. The structure has massive walls, faces east, and contained a cache of sacred vessels. The site of Tel … Continue reading

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NEW HISTORICAL EVIDENCE OF HEBREW SCRIPTURE TEXT DISCOVERED


As soon as Bible scholars and Christian believers put forth the accuracy of Scripture, many scholars and others began to pronounce the inaccuracies of the Bible. Over time, archaeologists began to validate Scriptural passages and histories. Here is the latest … Continue reading

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