BIBLE AND ARCHAEOLOGY
AN EXPLORATION OF HISTORY . . .
Hoerth & McRay
17 x 24 cm - 288 pages
An exploration of the history and culture of ancient civilizations
Over 200 color photographs and maps
This well documented work , profusely illustrated with maps , photos and diagrams , studying ancient civilizations. The knowledge acquired by archaeological excavations in Mesopotamia, Egypt, Palestine ... shed new light on the historical and cultural context of the biblical narratives. We can represent us more concretely the life and work of men of God like Abraham, Moses and Jesus, and read the Scriptures with much more interest.
ALFRED Hoerth led the archeology section at Wheaton College where he taught for almost thirty years. He is the author of " Archaeology and the Old Testament " , co -editor of " Peoples of the Old Testament ." He also participated in numerous excavations.
JOHN McRay ( Doctor of the University of Chicago) is professor of New Testament and archeology at Wheaton College Graduate School and author of " Archaeology and the New Testament " and " Paul : His Life and Teaching ."
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