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Tag Archives: archeology
Perhaps at the time of King David (tenth century BCE). In other words, earlier than most contemporary Bible scholars have previously assumed. Below is a quote from a report on a tenth century BCE pottery shard recently discovered with Hebrew words on … Continue reading
Biblical scholars see parallels between the creation story of Genesis chapter 1 and the Mesopotamian Enuma Elish. Here’s an example: Parallels like the one above suggest that Genesis 1 was written by a Jew living in Babylonian exile, and that the story … Continue reading
“In three days, live!”: A Book Review of Israel Knohl’s “Messiahs and Resurrection in ‘The Gabriel Revelation'” (Continuum 2009)
Israel Knohl’s book, Messiahs and Resurrection in The Gabriel Revelation, is an important event for students of Christian origins, for it is the first book-length treatment, by a prominent biblical scholar, of an unusually important archaeological artifact: A recently discovered … Continue reading
If You Can Take a Comma Out of the Middle of the Bible, You Might Just as Well Put a Question Mark at the End!
Perhaps you’ve heard this saying: If you can take a comma out of the middle of the Bible, you might just as well put a question mark at its end. Well, over the past two centuries, science, archeology, and critical … Continue reading
According to Der Spiegel, Egypt is making a renewed attempt to get Germany to give the ancient bust of Nefertiti back: The Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation has possession of the bust and rejects any charge of cheating. The idea that … Continue reading
At the PBS website, the NOVA documentary, The Bible’s Buried Secrets, has become available on DVD. The program, through interviews with some of the most well-known biblical archeologists in the world, surveys the grand scope of the biblical narrative, from … Continue reading
In The Bible’s Buried Secrets, NOVA did an exceptional job presenting the current state of biblical archeology, and now the documentary is on DVD. For more details, I gave the film (when it first aired last year) a thorough review … Continue reading
How the Bible Came to Be: PBS’s NOVA Tackles the Question From The Vantage Of Archeology and Science TONIGHT
PBS’s NOVA is doing a documentary tonight on the Hebrew Bible’s formation. You can watch a trailer for the documentary (or watch it online after November 18th, 2008) HERE.
Christ, Magic Bowls, and Syncretism in Ancient Alexandria: An Archeological Find Has the Scholarly World Abuzz Over a Christ Reference Dated Between the 2nd Century BCE and the Early 1st Century CE
Christ the magician? A new archeological find has scholars speculating. MSNBC reports: Christoph Gerigk / Franck Goddio/ Hilti Foundation A bowl, dating to between the late 2nd century B.C. and the early 1st century A.D., is engraved with what may … Continue reading