Biblical Related Artifacts:
How Can Archaeology Help "Color in" the
Events of the Bible, and Support the Accuracy of Transmission of the Scriptures?
Bullae with Paleo-Hebrew Inscriptions regarding leaders of the Jewish Nation from 800-500 BC (found in Jerusalem and surroundings)
Angst over Archaeology CMI 10-2013
Oil Lamps and Teachings in the Bible
Early New Testament Writings Preserved:
2 Corinthians 11:33-12:9
Gospel of John 18
Paul the Apostle is thought by some to have died about 64-67 AD and John the Apostle about 100 AD. That would place the fragments of their writings within 1-3 generations of when they lived. These documents when compared to present copies of the scriptures are very similar giving support that the Biblical writings have been faithfully transmitted through the last 2000 years for the New Testament.
Old Testament Scripture Preserved
Book of Isaiah Dead Sea Scrolls 100-200 BC
Cropped section of the Book of Isaiah. Image from Israel Museum photograph Ardon Bar Mara subsection (crop) of 1 Qlsa. Public domain on Wikipedia 2-27-21.
Jewish History in the Bible Portrayed in Coins
Sample pages of the book see slide show below vv: Jewish History in the Bible Portrayed in Coins
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