Biblical Archaeology

This course, taught by Charles K. Samson at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, is an expansive, thorough, and experienced introduction into the historical world of the Bible, with a view towards explaining—in both a classroom setting and, especially, in situ—the Sacred Scriptures in the light of important archaeological discoveries and considerations that provide a uniquely fruitful context for the word of God’s robust interpretation and incorporation into the seminarians’ lives of study, prayer, and future priestly ministry.

  • Course Categories: Biblical Studies
  • Science Topics: Archaeology
  • Seminaries: Kenrick-Glennon Seminary
  • Syllabus: Biblical Archaeology
  • Tags:
    Christian History, History, archaeology

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