The stories of famous biblical characters in the Hebrew Bible like Abraham, Moses, and King David loom large in our collective cultural consciousness, but less well known is the archaeology of the biblical world. Who were the ancient Canaanites, Israelites, and Philistines? What was daily life like for these ancient cultures?
In this four-session seminar, we’ll examine the archaeology of the cultures that lived in the Near East from the Bronze Age to the Iron Age mentioned in the Hebrew Bible. By unearthing material and textual evidence, we’ll explore how scholars approach the study of ancient history, especially when archaeological evidence tells a different story than Biblical narratives.
This seminar is divided into four topics:
If you are interested in this event, be sure to consider another seminar covering similar topics applied to the New Testament here. Save $50 at checkout by purchasing both Archaeology of the Bible and Archaeology of the New Testament. If you purchase both seminars at the same time, you will automatically receive a $50 discount on your purchase.