“Top Three Archaeological Finds from 2016 that Confirm Biblical History”


The ruins at Migdal
Looking toward the ruins of the ancient synagogue of Magdala, on the shore of the Sea of Galilee, in which Jesus almost certainly preached and which we’ll be visiting in May  (Wikimedia Commons public domain)


The article’s title may be just a bit on the grandiose side, but these discoveries certainly do make the historicity of the Bible more concrete, and they lend no support at all to the cause of the biblical minimalists (briefly addressed here and here) and of the “Jesus mythicists” (briefly addressed here and here and here and here and here):




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