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Is the Bible choked with made-up tales or is there facts for the folks, the areas, the customs, and occasions pointed out in Scripture? In 50 Proofs for the previous Testament you can find good facts that helps the trustworthiness of outdated testomony Scripture.

50 Proofs for the outdated Testament contains very important reveals such as:

• record of Sumerian kings, displaying who governed sooner than and after the good Flood

• Nuzi drugs demonstrate customs and tales just like these present in Genesis 15-31

• domestic of the Patriarchs: Abraham's great-grandfather, grandfather, Serug and Nahor from Genesis 11

• Canaanite gods and goddesses warned approximately in Numbers 25, I Kings eleven, Jeremiah 23, and Hosea 13

• Megiddo (Armageddon), urban of War

• Shishak's invasion checklist courting to c. seven hundred BC

• Gibeah, King Saul's captial

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Saul’s fortress-palace was found here. It was small and modest compared with the later palaces of David and Solomon. Importance of the Find Gibeah was the principal town of the tribe of Benjamin (Judges 19:11-14). It was also Saul’s home. He eventually made it his capitol (1 Samuel 10:26; 11:4; and 15:34). Finding Gibeah so close to Jebusite Jerusalem indicates that Saul never fully controlled the land. Book(s) of the Bible Judges, 1 Samuel Archaeological Find 27. Beth Shean Archaeology shows that Canaanites, and possibly Philistines, occupied Beth Shean from the time of the Judges until after Saul.

Perhaps the most significant references are those in Joshua 6, which tell of the Israelite conquest of the city, their first victory in the Promised Land. Archaeology has shown where the city once stood, and that it guarded the key spot for entering into the Promised Land from the east. Book(s) of the Bible Joshua Archaeological Find 15. The Philistines and the Temple of Rameses III The earliest known record of the Philistines was carved on the wall of an Egyptian temple at Thebes around 1175-1150 BC.

Description of the Find The ancient Moabites were relatives of the Israelites according to Genesis 19:37. On this stone King Mesha brags of having driven the Israelites out of his land. 2 Kings 3 tells that the king of Moab rebelled against the king of Israel after the death of King Ahab of Israel. Importance of the Find The Moabite stone is one of the earliest finds that mention biblical people. The stone says that King Omri and his son Ahab “humbled” Moab for many years. ” Book(s) of the Bible Genesis, 2 Kings Archaeological Find 38.

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