Archaeologists Make A Huge Discovery That Could Prove The Bible Was True

Archaeologists have discovered that the ancient wall in Jerusalem, traditionally believed to have been built by King Hezekiah, was actually constructed by his great-grandfather, King Uzziah. This finding aligns with biblical accounts and suggests the wall was built after a significant earthquake.

New research, including advanced carbon-14 dating by the Israel Antiquities Authority, Tel Aviv University, and the Weizmann Institute of Science, has provided unprecedented accuracy in dating the wall. This study also highlights Jerusalem’s internal demographic and spatial growth, challenging previous notions that expansion was primarily due to external factors.

These discoveries enhance our understanding of Jerusalem’s history and the Kingdom of Judah’s significance, illustrating the ongoing dialogue between biblical narratives and archaeological evidence.