#1599

2017-12-07

Biblical Archaeology in Context, part 2

With Randall Price

Well the book is out, it's called the Zondervan Handbook of Biblical Archaeology. It's a great resource of information about the relevant discoveries in biblical archaeology, book by book. This handbook makes the final connection to the biblical text that we sometimes fail to make in our discussions about the latest discoveries and developments, and is up-to-date with recent finds. The book also includes some good words about ARTIFAX, our quarterly news magazine about biblical archaeology.

tags: Biblical Archaeology Bible context relevance

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#1598

2017-12-01

Biblical Archaeology in Context

With Randall Price

The Zondervan Handbook of Biblical Archaeology is out. It's a great resource of information about the relevant discoveries in biblical archaeology, book by book. This handbook makes the final connection to the biblical text that we sometimes fail to make in our discussions about the latest discoveries and developments, and is up-to-date with recent finds. The book also includes some good words about ARTIFAX, our quarterly news magazine about biblical archaeology.

tags: Biblical Archaeology Bible context relevance

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#1597

2017-11-22

Smashed Pharaoh Statue Head from Hazor

With Clyde Billington

More news stories from the archaeology news digests of the autumn issue of ARTIFAX magazine, including information on the discovery of the smashed head from a statue of an Egyptian king of the Old Kingdom period that somehow found itself to an archaeological level dated 1,00 years later, at the Canaanite city of Hazor. Other news stories include the discovery of a possible Canaanite Temple at Tel Burna (believed to be the Old Testament city of Libnah), the discovery of Hellenistic Greek temple at Gadara (overlooking the Sea of Galilee), and a complaint about the city of Tiberias, on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee.

tags: Hazor Sea of Galilee Tel Burna Pharaoh Archaeology Statue Old Kingdom Canaanite Temple Libnah Gadara Greek Temple Tiberias

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#1596

2017-11-16

Jerusalem's Roman Theater

With Clyde Billington

More stories from the news digest of the Autumn issue of ARTIFAX magazine, including the cover story on the discovery of the first Roman theater ever found in Jerusalem. Although Josephus mentions a Roman theater in Jerusalem in the first century, this new discovery is apparently not that theater, for reasons discussed on the program. This is a very small theater and may have been used for governing purposes, rather than entertainment. Other topics discussed on this program include the discovery of a Byzantine era mosaic at the Damascus Gate with a connection to the famous Nea Church built by the Emperor Justinian, and the discovery of bullae (clay seal impressions) from the First Temple Period.

tags: Jerusalem Damascus Gate Byzantine Western Wall Roman theater bullae Odeon Bouletarion Mosaic Nea Church Constantine Justinian First Temple Period

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#1591

2017-10-11

A Week in the Fall of Jerusalem, II

With Ben Witherington III

More from Asbury Seminary New Testament professor Ben Witherington on the utility of explaining biblical archaeology discoveries by incorporating the information into historical fiction novellas.

tags: Jerusalem Temple New Testament First century Tish B'Av Titus Novel Joanna Junia Andronicus Chuza

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