Littleone and Sam seem to be giving weight to the amazing claims of the late Ron Wyatt, who claimed to have found a host of things that many, many reputable archeologists, searching for years, have failed to find. Such as: the Ark of the Covenant; chariot wheels and relics from the Red Sea; the site of Sodom and Gomorrah, complete with ruins; Noah’s Ark; the site of the Crucifixion (where Jesus’ blood - supposedly tested and found to have only 24 chromosomes - ran down through a crack to the cave where the Ark was), and the actual tablets of the 10 Commandments.
None of these “artifacts” have wound up in reputable museums. No independent scientists have comfirmed any of the tests, due to supposed circumstances any conspiracy theorist would love. Many people associated with Wyatt have refuted him.
I don’t buy in to conspiracy theories. I go for facts. The Church has allowed independent scientists access, for instance, to the Shroud of Turin, and has not tried to cover up any negative results. Wyatt hasn’t been that open.
Even his fellow Creationists, who would be delighted by credible scientific discoveries to prove the literal truth of the Bible (as would I!) , have de-bunked Wyatt. A google search for “ron wyatt” ark will turn several of them up. Warning: at least one of them is virulently anti-Catholic.
Got to go to MIL’s for dinner…
God bless us all with truth,