Well, Ronnie Shrimp; Sometimes scientists have to go with the evidence as it comes and don’t have a complete picture right away. If they discover new evidence that shows they were wrong about something, they then change things accordingly.
Likewise, your Bible needs to be either accepted as “truth” in a non-literal, ahistorical sense or completely re-written to reflect archeological evidence… FOR EXAMPLE…
* Israel & Judah were likely always two different Kingdoms. Israel allied with the Babylonians while Judah allied with Egypt. The Exodus, if it ever was based on a real event, likely involved Israel-Hebrews having a labor dispute or slave revolt against Judah-Hebrews. The plagues were weird climate-based stuff based on the eruption of Santorini and the escaped workers went somewhere around part of Sinai and crossed the REED (not Red) Sea in a round-about way to escape.
* The Hebrews and Canaanites are one and the same and there were no major genocides. Said genocides should be reinterpreted as “vast cultural and religious transition”… the “Hebrew Way” metaphorically killing the old “Canaanite Way”.
* Jesus was likely an Essene preacher and prophet and he and his followers likely didn’t go by the names they had in the Gospels (the fictional names were super-common to denote that their message benefitted the common person plus these names have meanings that reflect the characters and their purpose).
… I would love to see a new scripture written that’s like a new Talmud for all Abrahamics that helps reinterpret The Bible from a more archeologically-accurate angle as well as stressing non-literalism and condemning repressive fundieism as “Demiurgic / Diabolic”.
As for me, though I think Jesus was a cool guy, am just going to follow my own NeoPagan path. Organized religion no longer fits me personally.