Looking at many other early writings for instance those in Babylon, Persia, Egypt and other early civilizations are composed of sheer nonsense and primitive superstition. The reason for the Bible's greatness lies in its unique authorship... It openly claims that each author wrote only as he was moved by the one divine author, the holy sprit. The Bible can be trusted in its history as well as its moral & spiritual teaching.
The historical accuracy of the New & Old Testaments has been confirmed again & again by modern archeology.
E., the Merneptah Stele is the earliest extrabiblical record of a people group called Israel. This supports a 13th-century Exodus during the Ramesside Period because it is only during the Ramesside Period that the place names Pi-Ramesse, Pi-Atum and (Pa-)Tjuf (Red Sea or Reed Sea) are all in use.
Israel is followed by a hieroglyph that means a people. The question “Did the Exodus happen” then becomes “ did the Exodus happen? Although there is much debate, most people settle into two camps: They argue for either a 15th-century B. The temple was first built by Aya in the 14th-century B. E., but Horemheb usurped and expanded the temple when he became pharaoh.
But when one begins to work back much prior to the United Kingdom period the picture changes completely.