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GOD: new evidence


King David

'Just Stories?' #05

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Scholars have often dismissed King David, in the Bible, as a mythical figure like King Arthur in British history. But archaeologists at Tel Dan, in Israel, found an inscription from around 800 BC, which refers to ‘the house of David.’ It also refers to the king of Israel.

This stele was made by enemies of Israel, and it comes from within two centuries of the time when King David lived. This is evidence that King David was a real historical person, not a figure of myth or legend.

With Dr. Chris Sinkinson, lecturer in Old Testament and Apologetics at Moorlands college.

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