Is the Bible full of made-up stories, or might there be evidence for people, places, customs, and events mentioned in Scripture? Here are 50 finds that support the trustworthiness of Scripture. Findings include:
� King David's Jerusalem (2 Samuel and 1 Chronicles)
� House of David inscription (Dan inscription) first reference to King David found outside the Bible
� Beersheba, the southern boundary of the Promised Land (1 Kings 4:25)
� Damascua, city of Saul's conversion (Acts 9:1-25)
� The Erastus inscription (Romans 16:23) verifies Erastus's existence as a public offical in Corinth as the Bible says
� "God Fearers" inscriptions, terms found in Acts 13 and Acts 17 to possibly describe non-Jews who were believers
This PowerPoint Presentation contains the contents of two pamphlets: 50 Archaeological finds for the Old Testament (O.T.) and 50 for the New Testament (N.T.). Formerly released under the series title Archaeology and The Bible. The PowerPoint has over a hundred photos and more than 500 slides, The pamphlets make a great addition to any presentation, and fit inside most Bibles: 8.5" x 5.5" and unfolds to 33" long.
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