Archaeology of the Bible

This course, taught by Robert Bates at Seventh-Day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University, introduces students to the archaeology of the Land of the Bible and its and material culture. It examines selected topics on how the Bible is understood with the aid of archaeology and surveys the peoples and cultures of the Bible from the early Hebrews (Bronze Age) to the divided monarchy (Iron Age).

  • Course Categories: Biblical Studies
  • Science Topics: Earth Science & Environment
  • Seminaries: Seventh-Day Adventist Theology Seminary at Andrews University
  • Syllabus: Archaeology of the Bible Syllabus
  • Tags:
    archaeology, scientific process, science and truth, stratigraphy, geology, chronology

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