December 20, 2017

Archeology in the ancient land of Israel is key to understanding its history but also its future, as well

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JD: You know I’ve heard Winkie there was a complaint probably from some of the Archeologist but they’ve been complaining that especially in the areas of Judea and Samaria it’s mostly settlers that are dealing with these digs the so called archeological sites. And they’re saying they’re not qualified to do that, what are your thoughts about that?

WM: Jimmy, all of the exuviations that are done are done under the supervision of the civil administrations archeological unit. I think it’s just a squawk and a little bit of static coming from people who have legitimate opinions. They don’t like where we are or what we’re doing that’s one thing but to try to claim that our professional attitude towards archeology is driven by ideology is very very wrong.

JD: Well is not archeology what they refer to as an evolving science? And that being the case thus then for the resource that they need to have to be able to determine its authenticity etc. You have to have a connect I would say back to the Bible would you not?

WM: Yes you do of course because you cannot map out your archeological sites unless you have some sort of indication of where you’re going and the Bible is the best recourse. You can challenge the Bible but the big picture is always directed by the Bible. Even if you’re an atheist over a hundred years of archeology here in Israel on both sides of the former green line and all over have consistently pointed to the fact that the Bible is an accurate an authentic historical rendering. It’s been proven time and time again.

JD: Winkie Medad who lives at an archeological site in the center of Israel tell Shiloh which brings him to the table to explain this very important truth.

We report this information because it is setting the stage for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled.

The entire land of Israel is an archeological site. Archeology plays a key role in unfolding the history of the land and its people, the Jewish people. A number of the archeological sites in Israel reveal not only the past but look to the future as well. For example, the area of Mughetto and Jezreel Valley has a major connection to the Battle of Armageddon Revelation 19:11-22.

Remember archeology does plays a key role in the past of the Jewish people of Israel and the future as well therefore the connection between archeology and the Bible.