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TheFreeDictionary.com lists a definition of Archaeology as:
The scientific study of historic or prehistoric peoples and their cultures by analysis of their artifacts, inscriptions, monuments, and other remains.
Archaeological evidences are the artifacts and discoveries that provide a way to confirm or contradict claims made about the past.
Regarding the Bible, archaeological evidence is used to verify the sections of the Bible that can be evaluated by these evidence. How does the Bible do when evaluated against applicable archaeological discoveries and how does the Bible compare to other books in this area?
Nelson Glueck is a renowned Jewish archaeologist. He wrote:
"It may be stated categorically that no archaeological discovery has ever contradicted a biblical reference."
To compare other beliefs and religions to the Bible, perform an internet search for “xxxxx and archaeology”, replacing “xxxxx” with a religion or religious work: Bible, Quran, etc.
Is there Archeological Support for the Reliability of the Gospels?
Bible and Archaeology - Online Museum
Archaeology & The Bible
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