There are more than two Jewish kingdoms in history and mentioned in the Bible- but still easy to figure out which ones you mean. Also, the Philistines had no nation and I don't think Samaria was ever a country, but whatever. :) Consider your nits picked.
Galilee). Didn't try it--Sea of Galilee is how it's better known--but just curious if it's accepted.
Archaeology as a discipline was invented by early Christians seeking out evidence to validate their beliefs in the lands where Biblical stories took place. There have been many, many expeditions that set out in search of the Ark. They've found precisely jack and squat. There is no evidence that there was ever a global flood and enormous amounts of evidence that prove beyond any shadow of a doubt this story is fictional.
I don't care if the whole world calls me
I don't care if it looks like I've
Lost my mind, I'm alive
To live a reckless, righteous, foolish life
I was born to be crazy
Some say, "Strange," Some say, "Odd"
I say, "Child of the living God"
Some say, "Mad," some say, "Wrong"
Just because we don't know how the universe was "created", doesn't mean you get to use god(s) as an answer.
Remember at one point people questioned how so much life could exist until we discovered evolution by natural selection. It will only be a matter of time before we figure out how life began and then eventually the creation of the universe.
The gaps in which god can hide are getting smaller and smaller.
As an atheist, I have no problem accepting that there was a historical Jesus.
If a Christian accepts that argument though, they basically need to also accept that he was not the messiah.