Archaeology Confirms The Bible

Biblical Archaeology Society A relatively small part of the remains of the biblical world has been excavated. Of some 5,000 known sites of archaeological significance...
Biblical Archaeology Society A relatively small part of the remains of the biblical world has been excavated. Of some 5,000 known sites of archaeological significance in Palestine, only about 350 have been excavated, and of these only about 2 percent have been extensively excavated. Of those that have been excavated, it is a fact that the entire Bible holds a remarkable track record of accuracy when compared with the finds unearthed through archaeology. "It may be stated categorically that no archaeological discovery has ever contradicted a biblical reference." - Nelson Glueck, a respected Jewish archaeologist Archaeologist Nelson Glueck has concluded,...

Archaeological Proof Of Jericho

The Battle of Jericho, described in the book Joshua is the terrific account of the Israelites' return to the promised land from bondage in Egypt,...
The Battle of Jericho, described in the book Joshua is the terrific account of the Israelites' return to the promised land from bondage in Egypt, led by Joshua, the successor to Moses. Archaeological evidence indicates that Jericho was a prosperous city with food and water, and a wall of protection that was impenetrable.  Is there archaeological proof that backs the account found in the book of Joshua of Jericho? YES!  It did happen. The Short Version Of The Story We all know the famous account of Moses who led believers through the Red Sea.  The original plan was to lead...