He had not seen them in conflict with biblical history. Nevertheless, the failure to detect clear evidence of Albright's expedition of biblical war haunted the historians – especially those that were skeptical about religion and everything connected with it. This gave rise to a new Interpretation of history – many scientists agreed that, although in general the biblical version has some historical authenticity can not be considered the Bible a reliable source with regard to details. End British mandate in Palestine led to the War of Independence and the partition of Palestine into Israel and Transjordan. Judea and Samaria, and East Jerusalem, including the Old Town and the City of David – the excavation site of Warren – All these territories were in the hands of Jordan and the opportunity to dig for them has been lost. This turn of events gave the atheistic historians free to deny anything, baziruyuyas in the complete absence of any data and possibility that any test.
Pioneer denial of biblical stories became Professor George Mendenhall, known for its brightly-liberal views. In 1962 he published his work, where he was declared bankrupt the entire ancient history of the Jews, until the era of kings of Judah. However, contrary to all expectations and forecasts, in 1967, during the Six Day War, Israel captured the whole of Judea and Samaria. This gave the opportunity for new digs, and were quick to start them. New digs include a very large territory and were carried out without interference from the authorities, moreover, they were more advanced level. These excavations have yielded results: it was found to promote east to west, a certain ethnic group in the period described in the Bible as the period of the conquest of the land of Canaan. Nevertheless, these findings were not yet clear evidence of settlement of Canaan was the Jews – these findings with the You might as well be attributed and Canaanite tribes. In 1982, on Mount Ebal, near Nablus (Shechem), was the discovery of structure, identified as a cult.
Found his archaeologist Adam Zertal identified this place Total number of grounds, as the altar of Joshua, as described in the books of Deuteronomy and Joshua. Adam Zertal expect that such a stir a wave of discovery in the world of historians. Nevertheless, historians of the world has remained almost impervious to this discovery. In addition to several high-profile applications, scientists have not reacted to the altar on Gevale. Any criticism of the revisionists has not followed Historians still continue to bend their line and argued that the evidence of Jewish history of that period does not exist.