Nice article. Well done! Pharos 13:48, 5 April 2007 (EDT)
- Thank you.
- You probably noticed the list of references that ran about a cubit long. That's because Hezekiah, more than any other king of ancient Israel (Northern or Southern), is a very controversial figure in archaeological circles. I never before found so much material on any of those kings. And no wonder: the issues surrounding Hezekiah's life and reign go to the heart of what our authority is. This is what Larry Pierce means by "evidentialism"--allowing external evidence, including some of highly dubious quality, to trump the Bible.
- I'm really interested in anyone's view of the Biblical chronology dispute. On that article's associated talk page, I have given my own take on the controversies. After completing this article on Hezekiah, I'll have a lot more to say--and that's a promise.--TemlakosTalk 14:02, 5 April 2007 (EDT)
More research findings
Everyone: Found this today on WorldNetDaily.com: "More Bible Proof: Temple relics unearthed." Those relics dated back to Hezekiah. I hope to have this on the News and the Archaeology news soon.--TemlakosTalk 16:35, 24 February 2009 (UTC)