When anything comes out in the news as scientific proof against the Bible, it’s quick to make worldwide headlines. When a piece of evidence emerges that corroborates a Bible story, it’s lucky to get a mention and when it does, there is always an expert standing by to highlight that it’s not something that should legitimize the “fairy tales” of the Bible.
Don’t get me wrong. I’m not one who looks for Bible “proof” as the proof of the Bible itself is, well, itself. However, it’s a testament to the secular nature of mainstream media and the militancy of atheism that is an interesting tale in itself of the way that society is headed.
The latest discovery demonstrates the existence of King Hezekiah from the Old Testament, one of the few “good” kings of Judah.
Think the stories of the Bible are ONLY myth? You'll want to ignore the (growing) archeological record. https://t.co/P9q7KZMBO7
— Max Vanderpool (@MaxVanderpool) December 3, 2015
Faith requires no proof, but it’s good to see things pop up from time to time that point to God’s hand in modern society.