When one hears the name “Jericho” one naturally thinks of Israelites marching, trumpets sounding, and walls falling. It is a wonderful story of faith and victory that we enjoy reading and telling in Sunday School class, but did it really happen? The skeptic would say, 'no; it is merely a folk tale to explain the ruins at Jericho.' The reason for this negative outlook is the excavation carried out at the site in the 1950s under the direction of British archaeologist Kathleen Kenyon. She concluded,
How Believable and Trustworthy Is the Old Testament?
Explore the fascinating relationship between archaeology and the Bible's historical accounts, and discover the archaeological evidence that supports the accuracy of the Bible's history.