King David: Man or Myth?

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Read more about the historicity of David in the Summer 2011 issue of Bible and Spade.

Excerpt King David is portrayed as a "King Arthur" type of mythological figure by many Bible skeptics. This attitude not only reveals a presuppositional bias against the Bible, it also ignores archaeological discoveries that support the portrayal of David and his kingdom in the Biblical accounts. Continue reading

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