In the following outline we suggest certain divisions of the Word of God.
Then we list three significant evidences from archaeology to confirm that the witness is sufficient to cause the case to be accepted for each section—God’s Word is indeed Truth.
According to Hebrew law, no person could be found guilty of an offense without properly attested evidence from witnesses, even though this law was put aside at the trial of Jesus.
When it comes to the Word of God, a similar principle is demonstrated from the modern science of archaeology. It outlasts human generations, and in His own time God vindicates its truth.
The significance of this breakthrough relates to the fact that at least some of the biblical scriptures were composed hundreds of years before the dates presented today in research and that the Kingdom of Israel already existed at that time.
It appeals to care for the widows and orphans and that the king - who at that time had the responsibility of curbing social inequality - be involved.
This inscription is similar in its content to biblical scriptures (Isaiah , Psalms 72:3, Exodus 23:3, and others), but it is clear that it is not copied from any biblical text.
Thus, Abraham’s relationship with Hagar is seen in a different light by understanding that the woman who could not personally bear a child for her husband should provide him with one of her maidservants.
In the Bible record we are told that it was Sarah who made the approach to Abraham, and her maid Hagar was a willing accomplice in having Abraham’s child.