The Holy Bible has long been dismissed as being just a book of myths, legends, fairy tales and propaganda. Many in academia today portray the Bible as being unimportant or irrelevant (except for literary and/or religious studies). The Bible has been routinely attacked often times on the basis of history or archaeology. Yet, when you look at what archaeologists have unearthed, a different story comes to light. No, not fiction or fairy tale, but, archaeology indicates that the Bible preserves an accurate recounting of the history addressed within it’s pages.
What are some of the physical evidences? What is the oldest biblical artifact we have? Of these that we have, were they discovered on purpose or accidently? Where does the book of Job fit into our history? What about an artifact that depicts Jacob and his family migrating to Egypt? What do we know about brick making (by slaves) in Egypt? Did King David really exist? Goliath?
To answer these questions, we welcome Dr. Titus Kennedy. Dr Kennedy is a professional field archaeologist who works primarily with sites and materials related to the Bible. He is an adjunct professor, a research fellow at Discovery Institute and has directed and supervised multiple projects spanning the Bronze Age through the Byzantine period.
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