The Bible records that Abraham traveled more than 1,000 miles from the city of Ur in Chaldea to Haram and then on to Canaan. Some critics have rejected the Bible's accuracy because of its record of Abraham's travels. They argued that travel could not have been so extensive such a long time ago.

Several years ago an ancient Babylon wagon rental contract was found on a clay tablet. The contract forbids the wagon renter from taking the wagon as far as the lands on the Mediterranean Coast. The implication from this find is that travel over such great distances was so common that mileage limitations had to be put on wagon rental contracts!

Time after time attacks on the Bible's straightforward proclamations of history and science have been proven totally inaccurate. God's Word can stand up to any and all criticism. God encourages and speaks highly of those who take time to study His Word and test its truths.

From A Closer Look at the Evidence by Kleiss, April 13.

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