• I've seen a lot of National Geographic programmes on this regarding the archaeology related to the bible, you might be able to find them online to watch.
  • Geological floods and earthquakes are possibilities that spring to mind when evidence of heavy destruction is mentioned in the Bible. In a passage of Ecclesiastes, tsunamis are described. Ecclesiastes 1:7 "All the rivers flow into the sea, Yet the sea is not full. To the place where the rivers flow, There they flow again." Also, in archeological discoveries, Solomon's Temple was shaken by a high magnitude earthquake:
  • You don't need geological evidence. The Bible still exists and is readily available. (Perhaps you meant to ask a different question?)
  • Watch this video it should answer your question completely...
  • In regards to what? The various gospels cover vast spans of human civilisations.
  • Yes, Bethlehem, Israel, Palestine, Syria, Egypt, Rome, Athens, and all the other cities in the new and old testaments. 😆
  • Biblical historian Werner Keller wrote several books on the Bible as history.
  • Basic meteorology and geoscience disproves a literal interpretation of the flood myths. However, there is geological evidence for Earth, mountains, sky and seas, all of which are mentioned in various Abrahamic texts.

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