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King David's City Found Exactly Where Bible Says

The land of Israel is truly a place where the Bible comes to life. DKN.TV tells us about one of the latest archaeological discoverings in the Hebron hills that proves the accuracy of the Bible - the Canaanite city of Eglon that was conquered by the Israelites:

The Bible has been questioned and discredited for ages. Many historians don’t view the Bible is a credible historical source because of the lack of evidence that proves that the cities and events actually existed.

They even question if important Biblical figures like King Saul and King David ever existed. According to Professor Avraham Faust from Bar-Ilan University, King David’s existence has been heavily debated in the last 25 years.

Faust believes that he and his colleagues may have discovered something that, along with other archaeological finds, proves the historical accuracy of God’s Word and the existence of King David.

They have found a site at Tel ‘Eton in a valley near the Hebron hills of Israel that scholars believe to be the location of the Biblical city of Eglon. They were following the paths of mole rats when it was found...

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