Among the parts of Paul’s metaphorical armor of God is the shield of faith. It is to defend us against the flaming darts of the enemy. One of these darts is really a derivative of the Devil’s first attack. Hath God said? He brings into question the truth of God’s word, leaving doubt and spreading unbelief. It is easy for us who were educated in the western world to be filled with skepticism. Under the auspices of naturalism, God cannot exist. After all, we are told, there is no corroberating evidence of even the smallest part of the Bible being true.
Those of us of faith are admonished to wear and use the shield of faith. If there are holes in one’s shield, they must be patched. I have something here that will possibly help patch some of those holes.
The claim that there is no evidence supporting the Bible is untrue. I have recently been made aware of another, very compelling, piece of evidence that supports the biblical narrative, particularly those events surrounding the Exodus. This evidence is not without its detractors. Below are links to three articles in which discoveries have been made that have convinced at least one linguist that Hebrew is likely the oldest written language rather than the common philosophy that Phoenician is the first written language. The following links are from the Patterns of Evidence web site.
Douglas N Petrovich has also posted his paper on academia.edu.