For decades the debate about whether or not Biblical archaeology even exists has raged. Many have made their peace with the term, but what does it mean? And how did we get it? These issues and more are explored by first-rate scholars in this lecture set. You will be taken on a journey that explores how Biblical archaeology began, through the controversies that it has encountered, and finally look at what is to come.
Run time: Approximately 4 hours
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- Archaeology: The Future of the Ultimate Discipline
Matthew J. Adams, William F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research
- Redefining Biblical Archaeology
Rami Arav, University of Nebraska, Omaha
- Biblical Archaeology: Is it Really the Spade in One Hand and the Bible in the Other?
Ellen White, Biblical Archaeology Society
- Publishing Unprovenanced Biblical Antiquities
Robert Deutsch, Archaeological Center