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The illumination of the selected texts reveals some of the rewarding and broader discoveries readers experience when seriously engaging the Bible with the tools of archaeology.\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e\u003cspan style=\"color: #0b4d21;\"\u003e\u003cstrong\u003ePatrick Hunt, Ph.D. (University College London) has been teaching Humanities at Stanford University since 1993. He has authored 18 books, among them 5 poetry collections. In addition to his literary works, he has published over 100 articles in the fields of archaeology, history, and literature in peer-reviewed journals and Encyclopaedia Britannica and is also an Expert for National Geographic Expeditions, appearing frequently on National Geographic Explorer TV, NOVA and other documentaries.\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003c\/span\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e"}

Archaeology and the Bible

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Author Patrick Hunt

ISBN 9781734585902

Pages 184

This volume uses archaeology (and its related sciences), history, and linguistics to enrich the context and interpretation of ten biblical passages. In so doing, Patrick Hunt views some of the many features of cultural, social and historical backgrounds of the texts while giving readers an appreciation of the multi-faceted world of archaeology.

  •  Genesis 41, Joseph in Egypt, and Pharaoh’s Dream of Seven Cows
  • Joshua 5 and Flint Knives
  • I Kings 10 and Why Solomon’s Legendary Gold is Gone
  • II Chronicles 32, II Kings 19, and the Destruction of Sennacherib’s Army Besieging Jerusalem
  • Mark 14:3 and an Archaeological Solution to a Philological Problem
  • Corinthian Bronze, Demeter, and the Glossolalia in I Corinthians 8, 13, 14

From these and other cases Hunt shows how an understanding of the richness of the biblical text is enhances when using archaeology and its associated disciplines. The illumination of the selected texts reveals some of the rewarding and broader discoveries readers experience when seriously engaging the Bible with the tools of archaeology.

Patrick Hunt, Ph.D. (University College London) has been teaching Humanities at Stanford University since 1993. He has authored 18 books, among them 5 poetry collections. In addition to his literary works, he has published over 100 articles in the fields of archaeology, history, and literature in peer-reviewed journals and Encyclopaedia Britannica and is also an Expert for National Geographic Expeditions, appearing frequently on National Geographic Explorer TV, NOVA and other documentaries.

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