Tag Archives: Israel Archaeology

Archaeology: David’s Israel made room for God

3,000-year-old artifacts dating back to King David’s reign were uncovered in the Valley of Elah – the place where David slew Goliath. Objects not only confirm biblical accounts of Israelite worship but shed new light on obscure biblical terminology describing the temple of King Solomon and Ezekiel’s vision.

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Israel: Repairing the way for Messiah

Jerusalem today is a city buzzing with numerous repair and reconstruction projects. Sign posts indicating that the Messiah – a Jewish Messiah – is coming soon?

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Archaeology: In the steps of the warrior

A three thousand-year-old pottery shard discovered in Israel may reveal the origin of alphabetic script, and affirm claims that the bible is an accurate archaeological compass.

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