For so many years, people said the Bible was not history but myth. Now, more and more, we see archeology proving the Bible is historically accurate.
November 11, 2005
Israelites were able to write as far back as 1000BC. “Archaeologists have discovered a 40-pound stone containing the oldest known example of the Hebrew alphabet. The stone, inscribed with the Hebrew alphabet written out in its traditional order, was found in the wall of a building dated from the 10th century BCE in Tel Zayit, ancient Judea, south of Jerusalem” (http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/92812).
May 8, 2007
“Professor Ehud Netzer of Hebrew University announced that his team has uncovered King Herod’s long lost tomb” (http://www.isrealli.org/king-herods-tomb-discovered-in-israel/).
Aug 30, 2007
Nov 30, 2007
Feb 27, 2008
Seals dating to the 8th Century BC found at City of David excavations. “Among them is a seal that was discovered intact and which bears the Hebrew name “Rephaihu (ben) Shalem”, who lived in the City of David in Jerusalem during this period. The seals were primarily used by public officials.”
Here are other examples of how the Bible has been proven accurate by archeology: