Archaeologists Find the King who Didn’t Exist

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This is Ken Ham, an Aussie transplant with a passion for sharing God’s Word.

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Yesterday, we learned that the Bible is true because it’s the Word of God. And there are several evidences that confirm its truth. And one of those is archaeology.

Throughout history, archaeologists have scoffed at people, events, or places mentioned in the Bible. But often they’ve found evidence for these same people, events, or places later. Here’s one example.

The prophet Isaiah mentions an Assyrian king named Sargon. Since that name wasn’t found on lists of kings elsewhere, archaeologists assumed the Bible was wrong. But then they discovered Sargon’s palace, and an inscription mentioning the very battle Isaiah records!

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