We all learn by three standards: logic, experience, and evidence. The three standards form the basis for the scientific method, intelligent debate, and even education itself. Indeed, that's how we determine whether a person is smart or stupid, wise or foolish. You can get more information about the complete biblical timeline via online sources.
There are many people out there, who use all types of arguments against the Bible. Some say it is too old to be relevant. Some say it is scientifically accurate. Some say it is morally reprehensible. Some say it is contradicting itself. Some say it's just plain stupid.
Some even say that it really does not make sense. Are they right? Are we wasting our time learning from the book? Is it really a book of fairy tales and superstition? Do we have, today, the same scriptures were written thousands of years ago?
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In 2008, archaeologists found a clay pot, inscribed "With Christ, Miracle-Worker". It is dated to the first century.
Several years ago, a letter to Emperor Tiberius, of Pontius Pilate, was found. It is regarded as authentic history, and there are three copies: one in the Vatican library, one in the British Museum, and one at the Library of Congress.
It depicts Christ in detail and contains no contradiction to the Gospel accounts. Interesting thing? There is no evidence that Pontius Pilate, or Emperor Tiberius, was a follower of Christ … as far as we know, they are both the pagan Romans.