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No archaeological discovery has ever proven a Biblical reference wrong. The amazing accuracy of the Bible has been substantiated by excavation of ancient sites time and time again: a limestone block was found with the name 'Pontius Pilate, Prefect of Judea inscribed on it. The site of Sodom & Gomorrah was discovered near the Dead Sea. Modern DNA science proves that we had a common ancestor (Adam & Eve).
Genesis 1:1 (written 500 years before the Birth of Christ) said: 'In the beginning. . . . The earth was without form and void, and darkness was over the face of the deep. . . . and God said, “Let there be light” and there was light' (in other words, first their was nothing and now their is everything) is a pretty good description of the Big Bang theory, which was't considered until by science until Einstein proposed it in 1927.
Geologists now say that the earth was flooded around 5600 BC (Noah’s flood); there was a planetary alignment above Bethlehem 2000 years, ago (Kepler); the Walls of Jericho still exist today; records found in an Egyptian tomb tell of the Israelites’ enslavement and the Biblical Plagues; King Solomon’s mines are in Jordan; a fresco of St Paul was uncovered beneath the Vatican and the legendary Tower of Babel was found in Iraq. The list goes on and and on. The writings of the Bible is backed by hard archaeological finds and are a living testimony to the witness of the early Church.
Their is POWER within the pages of the Bible. Which is why when people who pray say that 'when they do 'strange coincidences happen' and and when they don't, well they don't'. Which if true leaves the question 'Why do most people only pray in times of emergency?'... Discuss.