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The book is not only very interesting but is a great read.
One reason for doubt: Jerusalem, portrayed as the great capital of a prosperous nation, was during the time of David little more than a village.
What this book is, though, is a scholarly and scientific approach to examining the Bible from an archaeological and historical perspective.
Excellent, refreshing approach to the Pentateuch, placed in an archeological context. Reveals what the Bible really is and why it is worth reading, once cleared of all the rubbish... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Jack
This book was a major disappointment, because it had a pre-determined axe to grind and carefully selected and phrased the text and examples from archeology to attempt to debunk the... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Ned Barnett
This book appealed to the archaeologist in me. If you ever wondered if there are any artifacts which might prove bible stories to be true, this book is for you. I loved it!Published 25 days ago by Denise Russell
It would be nice to be presented with a detailed account of finds at sites with the leading theories, and counter theories without merely being subjected to an extended... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Matthew Shaw
Rather a difficult read, but if you're interested in Biblical context, history, archaeology and the Middle East, you'll get through this and even enjoy it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steve H
excellent Archeological & historical review of the "evidence", or lack thereof, of the Bible stories.Published 1 month ago by Scooter74601
The authors wrote in the Acknowledgements section of this 2001 book, “Almost eight years ago… the idea for this book was born. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steven H. Propp