Looking at different reasons given to question the historical reliability of Scripture, this article shows that the historical events referred to in the Bible can be proven to be true. Though archaeology cannot prove everything, it does help in pointing to the reliability of Scripture.
Comparing the historical account of Sennacherib with that of the Bible, this article shows that although the Bible recorded these events before archaeological discoveries, archaeology has shown that the biblical account of history is reliable.
This article looks at the contribution of background studies to the text of the Bible and the impact they have on interpretation. Archaeology and historical studies can hinder or enrich the meaning of a text.
This article focuses on the relationship between archaeology and Scripture under three headings: the necessity of Scripture to interpret archaeological evidence, the dating schemes of archaeology, and the incompleteness of archaeological evidence.