8-28-16, Henry Morris III -- The biblical record is full of testable historical and archaeological data, unlike the sacred texts of other religions. Wherever such historical information is cited, the data have proven to be precise and trustworthy. It has been subjected to the minutest scientific textual analysis possible to humanity and has been proven to be authentic in every way.
The Bible has been a significant source book for secular archaeology, helping to identify such ancient figures as Sargon (Isaiah 20:1), Sennacherib (Isaiah 37:37), Horam of Gezer (Joshua 10:33), Hazar (Joshua 15:27), and the nation of the Hittites (Genesis 15:20). The biblical record, unlike other “scriptures,” is historically set, opening itself up for testing and verification. Nineteenth-century critics used to deny the historicity of the Hittites, the Horites, the Edomites, and various other peoples, nations, and cities mentioned in the Bible. Few critics question the geographical and ethnological reliability of the Bible today.
The names of over 40 kings of various countries mentioned in the Bible
have all been found in contemporary documents and inscriptions outside
of the Old Testament, and are consistent with the times and places
associated with them in the Bible. Nothing exists in ancient literature that has
been even remotely as well confirmed in historical accuracy as has the Bible.
“Every word of God is pure. . . . Add thou not unto His words, lest
He reprove thee, and thou be found a liar” (Proverbs 30:5-6).
Adapted from Unlocking the Mysteries of Genesis by Dr. Henry Morris III
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