Skeptics and antitheists often like to jab about Christians believing in “mythology” with “imaginary friends.” I have been looking to curate historical evidence for the blog that goes beyond scripture and offers a rebuttal to the nonsense like, “Jesus didn’t even exist.”

Thankfully, I found Mr. Comfort’s research below that I believe we all will find helpful.

Ray Comfort's Daily Evidence

Surprisingly, some skeptics claim that Jesus didn’t exist, though to do so they have to reject the entire New Testament historical record. The New Testament contains hundreds of references to Jesus Christ, and in terms of ancient manuscript evidence, this is extraordinarily strong proof of the existence of a man named Jesus of Nazareth in the early first century A.D.

While skeptics may choose to reject the Bible’s moral message, they cannot deny its historical accuracy. Over 25,000 archaeological finds demonstrate that the people, places, and events mentioned in the Bible are real and are accurately described. No archaeological finding has ever refuted the Bible. In fact, the descriptions in the Bible have often led archaeologists to amazing discoveries. Non-Christian journalist Jeffery Sheler, author of the book Is the Bible True?, concluded, “In extraordinary ways, modern archeology is affirming the historical core of the Old and New Testaments, supporting…

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