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Another example of a discovery that confirms the historicalness of a person mentioned in the Bible is given by Michael j. Howard, who worked with the Caesarea expedition in Israel in 1979. "For 1,900 years," he wrote, "Pilate existed only on the pages of the Bible and in vague recollections of Roman and Jewish historians. Next to nothing was known about his life. Some said he never even existed. But in 1961, an Italian archaeological expedition was working in the ruins of the ancient Roman theater in Caesarea. A workman overturned a stone that had been used for one of the stairways. On the reverse side was the following, partially obscured inscription in Latin: 'Caesariensibus Tiberium Pontius Pilatus Praefestus Iudaeae.' (To the people of Caesarea Tiberium Pontius Pilate Prefect of Judea.) It was a fatal blow to the doubts about Pilate's existence...For the first time there was contemporary epigraphic evidence of the life of the man who ordered the crucifixion of Christ."-John 19:13-16 Acts 4:27
The flow into the rivers
Humans have long noted that the rivers flow into the seas and oceans and yet these do not increase in depth. Some believed, until it was learned that the earth is spherical, that it was because an equal amount of water was spilling off the ends of the earth. Later it was learned that the sun "pumps" up thousands of millions of gallons of water from the seas every second in the form of vapor. This produces clouds that are moved by the wind over land areas where the moisture falls as rain and snow. Water then runs into the rivers and flows again into the seas. This marvelous cycle although unknown in ancient times, is spoken about in the Bible: "Every river flows into the sea, but the sea is not yet full. The water returns to where the rivers began, and starts all over again."----Ecclesiastes 1:7, Today's English Version.
Handling of the dead
During the 19th century medical personnel would go directly from handling the dead in the dissecting room to conducting examinations in the maternity ward, and they would not even wash their hands. Infection was thus transferred from the dead, and many others died. Even when the value of hand washing was demonstrated, many in the medical community resisted such hygienic measures. Doubtless unknown to them, they were rejecting the wisdom of the Bible, since God's law to the Israelites decreed that anyone touching a dead person became unclean and must wash himself and his garments.----Numbers 19:11-22.
As a sign of a covenant with Abraham, God said: "Every male of yours eight days old must be circumcised." Later this requirement was repeated to the nation of Israel. (Genesis 17:12; Leviticus 12:2, 3) No explanation was given why the eighth day was specified, but now we understand. Medical research has discovered that the blood clotting element vitamin K rises to an adequate level only by then. Another essential clotting element, prothrombin, seems to be higher on the eighth day than at any other time during a child's life. Based on this evidence, Dr. S. I. Macmillen concluded: "The perfect day to perform a circumcision is the eighth day." Was this mere coincidence? Not at all. It was knowledge passed on by a God who knew.
More evidence of the historicalness of Jesus Christ
Coin of Jesus found in Ancient Tiberias Excavation
29 Nov 2004
A rare Jesus coin was found by volunteers digging at the site of Ancient Tiberias.
Courtesy Prof. Yizhar Hirschfeld
(Communicated by Prof. Yizhar Hirschfeld, director of the archeological excavation)
An unusual and important find was discovered at the archaeological excavation of Ancient Tiberias being carried out at a site on the shore of the Sea of Galilee in Israel.
To their great surprise, a group of young people who were participating in the dig discovered a rare coin. On the front of the coin can be seen a somewhat blurred image of Jesus, while on the back, the words in Greek "Jesus the Messiah King of Kings" are engraved very clearly. This coin is one of a series of coins that were issued in Constantinople (present day Istanbul) in celebration of the First Millennium of Jesus' birth.
It is not uncommon to find this coin in neighboring countries of Israel, such as Turkey, but this is the first time that it has ever been discovered at an Israeli archaeological site.
Prof. Yizhar Hirschfeld, Director of this excavation, which is sponsored by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Brown University, in association with the City of Tiberias and the Israel Antiquities Authority, explains that this coin was brought to Tiberias by Christian pilgrims. Tiberias and the other sites around the Sea of Galilee were the desired destination of Christian pilgrims during the time of Muslim rule in Israel from the 7th to 11th centuries CE.
The Ancient Tiberias Excavation receives financial support from the Avihai Fund of Jerusalem whose aim is the deepening of knowledge of history on the part of the youth participating in the dig and the residents of Tiberias and its environs.
Mr. Zohar Oved, Mayor of Tiberias, who stands behind the efforts of this excavation, has stated that the finding of the Jesus coin on the shores of the Sea of Galilee will be a drawing point for tourists from all over the world.