The hardness of their hearts – Willfully Ignorant

Archaeologists just like any other professional in their field often have a hardness in their hearts, a specific bias against the bible. Its inconceivable as to why other than the fact that the devil actively works to brainwash people.

This is quite a telling article about how archaeologists interpret data that doesn’t fit what they already believe.

Some snippets, but read the whole thing!

A few characters on the side of a 3,000-year-old earthenware jug dating back to the time of King David have stumped archaeologists until now — and a fresh translation may have profound ramifications for our understanding of the Bible.


If Petrovich’s analysis proves true, it would be evidence of the accuracy of Old Testament tales. If Hebrew as a written language existed in the 10th century, as he says, the ancient Israelites were recording their history in real time as opposed to writing it down several hundred years later. That would make the Old Testament an historical account of real-life events.

According to Petrovich, archaeologists are unwilling to call it Hebrew to avoid conflict.

“It’s just the climate among scholars that they want to attribute as little as possible to the ancient Israelites,” he said.

Needless to say, his claims are stirring up controversy among those who do not like to mix the hard facts of archaeology — dirt, stone and bone — with stories from the Bible.

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2 Peter 3:5 But they deliberately forget that long ago by God’s word the heavens came into being and the earth was formed out of water and by water.

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