The Bible is different than mythology in that God left absolutely no room for doubt as to whether or not it is His written Word. If anyone undertakes an honest effort to examine the facts, he will find the Bible is indeed the word of God. Let’s consider some facts briefly:
Unlike mythology, the Bible has a historical background. Its characters are real people living in verifiable places during historical events. For example, the Bible mentions Nebuchadnezzar, Sennacherib, Cyrus, Herod, Felix, Pilate, and many other historical figures. Its history coincides with that of many nations, including the Egyptian, Hittite, Persian, Babylonian, and Roman empires.
Unlike Mythology, the events of the Bible took place in geographical areas such as Canaan, Syria, Egypt, Mesopotamia, and others.
Unlike mythology, the Bible has many confirmations in sciences such as biology, geology and astronomy.
Unlike Mythology, biblical archaeology show hundreds of thousands of artifacts that have been discovered. Just one example: skeptics used the Bible’s references to the Hittite civilization as “proof” that the Bible was a myth. There was never any such people as the “Hittites,” according to the science of the day. However, in 1876, the first of a series of discoveries was made, and now the existence of the ancient Hittite civilization is well documented. Archaeology continues to bolster the Bible’s historicity. As Dr. Henry M. Morris has remarked, “There exists today not one unquestionable find of archaeology that proves the Bible to be in error at any point.”
Unlike mythology, the Bible contains an astounding number of fulfilled prophecies. Myths do not have prophecy, but fully one third of the Bible is prophecy. The Bible contains over 1,800 predictions concerning more than 700 separate subjects found in over 8,300 verses. These miraculous prophecies could only be accomplished with the supernatural guidance of Him who sees the end from the beginning.
6-Transformation of lives
Unlike mythology, the Bible has transformed countless number of lives. There is a reason Christians around the world risk their lives daily to share with others the life-giving truth of this remarkable amazing book.
7-The life and miracles of Jesus
Jesus healed all sickness (Luke 5:15-26), fed thousands of people (Luke 9:12-17), cast out demons (Luke 4:33-37), raised the dead (Luke 7:11-16), and had authority over nature (Luke 8:22-25). He said, “‘Do not believe me unless I do what my Father does. But if I do it, even though you do not believe me, believe the miracles, that you may know and understand that the Father is in me, and I in the Father’” (John 10:24-38). Even secular history outside the Bible testified to that.
In His service,