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  • For the most part it is. Archaeological discoveries happen all the time. Every construction project in Israel has the potential to unveil the next historical treasures.
  • Yes, because it was written long ago.
  • I remember watching a documentary called the Secrets of the bible, and it identified the ziggurat Etemenanki, as the tower of babel, it would have had a gate like Ishtar's gate at the top of it. There are archaeologists uncovering this type of thing. I watched another archaeological dig where they believed they had found, I can't remember if it was Sodom or Gomorrah, but they found the gate to the city as described in the bible and there was brimstone there. See if you can find them online. The Merneptah Stele references Israel. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merneptah_Stele So archaeologists do use the bible in order to excavate sites and identify them within a certain period, take from that what you will.
  • The Old Testament is the historical history of the Hebrews where as the New Testament is the salvation on mankind. The Old Testament is also the Laws of the Lord God. The New Testament brought us away from the Old Law and into the Law of Love. Each has its purpose.
    • Cry me a River
      Thinker, being under Grace, instead of the Law, means we are not judged by the Law. However, we are under Grace to keep the Law , forever!!
    • Cry me a River
      The Law is God’s Standard for perfection, we will be perfected at the Rapture to ever be perfect, with Christ who was made sin for us.
    • Thinker
      Then explain what is meant by Romans 10:4? Also Matthew 22:35-40.

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