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Two Recent Interesting Archaeological Discoveries

I always find it interesting and encouraging when archaeological discoveries are made which confirm the truth of the Bible. Although our faith ultimately does not rest on such discoveries, they can be important as a testimony to the truth of the Scriptures. I read recently of two significant discoveries which have been made… Read more »

Significant discovery which confirms the reliability of the Old Testament

One of the continuing controversies in scholarly circles is over the historical reliability of the Bible. Many archaeologists dismiss the Bible as being merely a product of human invention, with no reliability as a historical source, denying any idea of divine inspiration. Therefore it is exciting and encouraging to our faith as evangelical Christians when a significant discovery is made which confirms the truth of the Old Testament, as well as it being a powerful testimony to unbelievers that God’s Word can be trusted. Read more »