Here are some links concerning Biblical Archeology from this year:
From Ben Witherington's blog: Pictures from the excavation of Ephesian terrace houses which shed light on Paul's ministry in Ephesus. It might take two attempts before you can see the pictures.
Also from Witherington: The Gobeckli Tepe, the earliest temple known to have been built. Its discovery debunks the notion that civilization begat religion, but in actuality, it was religion that precipitated the formation of civilization, particularly urbanization and large-scale agriculture. Witherington also posted video of the site. See here.
From Darrell Bock's blog: An ancient wall from Solomon's Temple verifies the Old Testament account of Solomon's kingdom.
New Findings suggest The Dead Sea Scrolls were not the work of the Esscenes but by 2nd Century B.C. Temple priests exiled after the royal takeover of the Temple in Jerusalem. From Gene Vieth's blog.
Dr. Claude Mariottini explains the process of Carbon-14 dating. He includes a video presentation.
Carbon 14 dating shows that these manuscripts could be the second oldest existing complete Christian text. Sent to me by Dave Bartlett.
The discovery of a statue of the Moabite god Hadad. From Dr. Mariotinni's blog. Also from Mariotinni's blog: the discovery of a new Sumerian temple and new discoveries concerning the building of the Pyramids.
Finally, two artcles from Victor Reppert dealing with how archeological discoveries have dealt a blow to theories that question the historicity of Scripture. See here and here.
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Posted by Mr. Guthrie at 8:48 PM
Labels: Archeology, Biblical Manuscripts, Carbon-14 Dating, Dead Sea Scrolls, Ephesus, Solomon's Temple
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