How does the Bible portray its villains?
Eminent scholars explore the textual accounts and archaeological evidence of some not-so-nice notables from the Old and New Testaments: from a ruthless Assyrian king to a confused Judean governor, and from Roman executioners to a betraying friend.
BART D. EHRMAN
Who Killed Jesus? Pontius Pilate & the Jews
The Art and Archaeology of Execution in the Roman World
Sennacherib’s Attack on Lachish: What We Have Learned from Archaeology
The Gospel of Judas: What It Has Taught Us Thus Far
Run time: 4 hours