Tag: Biblical Archaeology Review

Viewing Petroglyphs as More than Scribbles

09/05 | Davida Eisenberg-Degen examines how rock drawings, or petroglyphs, in the Negev Desert provide a “direct entry to the lives and thoughts of real human beings.”   Read more…

Posted in Ancient Israel.

Did the Northern Kingdom of Israel Practice Customary Ancient Israelite Religion?

08/17 | There is very little archaeological evidence of royal ancient Israelite religion. Excavations have had greater access to sites showing everyday “folk religion,” mostly because the center of elite ancient Israelite   Read more…

Posted in Biblical Archaeology Sites, Daily Life and Practice.

Uncovering the Jewish Context of the New Testament

08/07 | Most Jewish readers approach the New Testament, if they approach it at all, with at best a certain unfamiliarity. This is unfortunate, according to Jewish New Testament scholar Amy-Jill Levine,   Read more…

Posted in Bible Interpretation, Jesus/Historical Jesus, New Testament.


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