Archaeologists dig holes in the Bible


Archaeologists are discovering that
much of what's in the Bible is not true
By Steve Pryde

During my time as a Christadelphian, Archaeology was often portrayed as one of the pillars of evidence supporting the reliability of the Bible. It was (and still is) taken for granted by many Christadelphians that the Old Testament in particular was on solid grounds as a historically accurate text, backed by a wealth of evidence from Archaeology. But what does Archaeology actually tell us about the Bible today?

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