Do New Discoveries Confirm Truth of Scripture? I Think So.

by Steve Ray on May 11, 2012

View of Khirbet Qeiyafa from the air.

Archaeological discoveries tell us a great deal about our ancestors. And now, in light of some recent discoveries in Israel, they may also provide corroboratory evidence for descriptions presented in the Old Testament. For quite some time, Biblical historians have been working diligently to better understand the city of Judah during the time of King David.

Interestingly, Professor Yosef Garfinkel of Hebrew University of Jerusalem and other archeologists have been digging in the ancient city of Khirbet Qeiyafa (Elah Valley, Israel, where David killed Goliath), where they recently unearthed some fascinating findings. The researchers there uncovered three cultic shrines that date back to the time of King David, The Atlantic report.

For the whole story read here (Atlantic Report) and in another article here (Hebrew University).

3,000 old antiquities

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