The Bible is the most read book in the world, with over 4 billion copies sold. But is there proof that anything in the holy book is true? The Bible covers well over a thousand years, yet many doubt the historicity of the Bible. However, multiple recent archaeological discoveries, such as proof of crucifixion and evidence for the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, provide physical evidence for many of the key events and individuals named in the Bible.
For years, scholars and students of the Bible have wondered, "Is the Bible a reliable historical source?" But now, there's proof of King David, the Prophet Isaiah, and even evidence that the Great Flood really happened. And in some cases, like the discovery of ancient Nazareth or the recovery of King Solomon's wall, archaeologists have proven skeptics wrong with clear physical evidence.
Scholars continue to debate the reliability of the Bible, but with major archaeological finds every year, it may only be a matter of time before we find physical proof for every biblical story.