With Alice Mandell
More of this conversation with Alice Mandell on the issues the engage archaeologists, Egyptologists, Bible scholars, and others in relation to the Amarna letters and the kingdom states in the Levant prior to the beginning of the Israelite and Judahite kingdoms.
With Brent Seales
One year later, we bring our listeners up to date on the latest from University of Kentucky Computer Science professor Brent Seales and his computer program for virtually opening unopenable ancient texts. Further work has been done on the carbonized scroll from Engedi that we discussed a year ago, revealing its total contents are the first two chapters of the Old Testament book of Leviticus. New dating, based on the form of the letters in the text, reveals that this book is as old as the Dead Sea Scrolls.
With Cynthia Shafer-Elliott
There are many mentions of food in the Bible but what was their daily diet like? That's one of the questions that concerns Cynthia Shafer-Elliott, a professor of Hebrew Bible and Archaeology at William Jessup University. We discussed what archaeology has dug up to complement what the Bible tells us about eating habits of the ancient Israelites.
With Clyde Billington
The latest discoveries at the location of two cities important to the ministry of Jesus, plus an investigation into elephants in the Bible.