3,000-year-old artifacts fuel Biblical archaeology debate

May 8, 2012 Full story: Free Republic 6

New finds presented Tuesday from an intriguing site in the Judean Hills are part of a scholarly argument about the accuracy of the Bible The excavation at Hirbet Qeiyafa is currently one of the most important in the world of Biblical archaeology Two rare 3,000-year-old models of ancient shrines were among artifacts presented by an Israeli ... (more)

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#1 May 9, 2012
The archeological finding s proves that the Kingdom of David in Jerusalem 3300 years ago ruled Jewish cities in the vicinity of Jerusalem that were surrounded by fortified wall that protected the city. Liberal Jews and liberal media under Obama led by the NY Times were trying time and again to suspect the accuracy of the Bible as true historic document were wrong again. Clearly, Israel is blessed with many archeological famous cities which are proof to the Jewish people Kingdom and its well known culture more than 3000 years ago which prove the roots of the Jews in Jerusalem which is their eternal capital.
Pekka Nekta

Old Lyme, CT

#2 May 10, 2012
Jeff Brightone wrote:
The archeological finding s proves that the Kingdom of David in Jerusalem 3300 years ago ruled Jewish cities in the vicinity of Jerusalem that were surrounded by fortified wall that protected the city. Liberal Jews and liberal media under Obama led by the NY Times were trying time and again to suspect the accuracy of the Bible as true historic document were wrong again. Clearly, Israel is blessed with many archeological famous cities which are proof to the Jewish people Kingdom and its well known culture more than 3000 years ago which prove the roots of the Jews in Jerusalem which is their eternal capital.
Aren't you the yahoo, Jeff. Israel is awash with lies, oppression, theft, pride, and hot air, and uses each "discovery" to bolster its rabid, crazy claims. Israel destabilizes the mideast far more than even the wacky Iranians, and the world community knows this, which is why they roll their eyes whenever anybody starts talking about Israel. Jeff, I am sorry to say that you're the tool of a pretty creepy culture. Good luck in your future endeavors and may they be religion free.
EstaticVibes

Charlotte, NC

#3 Aug 26, 2012
Pekka Nekta wrote:
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Aren't you the yahoo, Jeff. Israel is awash with lies, oppression, theft, pride, and hot air, and uses each "discovery" to bolster its rabid, crazy claims. Israel destabilizes the mideast far more than even the wacky Iranians, and the world community knows this, which is why they roll their eyes whenever anybody starts talking about Israel. Jeff, I am sorry to say that you're the tool of a pretty creepy culture. Good luck in your future endeavors and may they be religion free.
Yahoo huh I think to much Gulliver's Travels.
EstaticVibes

Charlotte, NC

#4 Aug 26, 2012
If they are called Israelis wouldn't it be logical to say they found ISRAEL.
EstaticVibes

Charlotte, NC

#5 Aug 26, 2012
@pekka name any country that isn't washed with lies. The only holy site for Muslims is Mecca.
EstaticVibes

Charlotte, NC

#6 Aug 26, 2012

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