Is the Bible true? A message for all those Jerusalem deniers out there

by Avi Abelow

So many people ask “Is the Bible true?” Yes, yes, it is true! But don’t believe me. Just visit Jerusalem, where the Bible actually comes to life! This is not a joke. One can walk around places in Jerusalem, and see archaeological finds that come right out of the Bible stories. They are not just stories, they actually happened!

The Watchman Answers

Erik Stakelbeck of the Watchman provides us with this short video that answers the exact question “Is the Bible True?”

No more words are necessary to prove his point, just read the words that Stakelbeck uses himself in the video:

Many Bible verses promise the Land of Israel and Jerusalem to the Jewish people. Jerusalem is mentioned more than 700 times in the Bible. It is never mentioned once in the Koran. It seems pretty clear that Jerusalem is the eternal and undivided capital of the Jewish people. After all, Jews were living here 3,000 years ago. Yet much of the world doesn’t see it that way.

When President Trump recognized that Jerusalem is Israel’s capital and promised to move the US Embassy to Jerusalem, there was outrage. Mahmoud Abbas, European leaders, the United Nations, much of the world went crazy. Because they deny the Jewish people’s connections to Jerusalem.

Bible + Archaeology

There is just one problem for these Jerusalem deniers. When you combine the truth of the Bible with irrefutable, archaeological, scientific evidence you have an unbeatable combination. That is exactly what is happening in this city today.

Israeli archaeologists are making incredible discoveries. Showing that, yes, the Jewish people were here. Long before Berlin, Paris, London and Washington DC ever existed.

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