Archaeologists discovered 3000-year-old artifacts in the Valley of Elah, where David slew Goliath, shedding light on Jewish life based on devotion to God.
Tanakh (Scripture) has been brought to life again since 3000-year-old artifacts were discovered in the Valley of Elah, located 30 kilometers from Jerusalem, where David slew Goliath.
These ancient artifacts strengthen the credibility of the biblical accounts of daily life during the time of King David, which was based on devotion to God, in contrast to the surrounding pagan culture. These discoveries also help scholars understand the obscure terminology describing the temple of Solomon and Ezekiel’s prophetic vision.
In other words, it cannot be contested that Israel is the land of the Jewish people. It is our ancient heritage. We have had a connection to this land for over 3500 years and we will NEVER let it go.