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Why Biblical Archaeology Is Important for Your Bible Reading: An Interview with Randall Price

Archaeology uncovers buried civilizations. What does this contribute to our understanding of the Bible written so long ago by so many different people in so many different cultures? Bible Gateway interviewed J. Randall Price, who, along with H. Wayne House, is the author of Zondervan Handbook of Biblical Archaeology (Zondervan, 2017). [See the Bible Gateway […]

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Latest Biblical Archaeology Research

Support Bible Gateway—Browse the Bible Gateway Store ⇨ BibleGatewayStore.com ▼ Here is a continually updated collection of the latest research regarding biblical archaeology and history: [Read the Bible on Bible Gateway] [Sign up for the Bible Verse of the Day from Bible Gateway] [Browse the Biblical Archaeology section in the Bible Gateway Store] [Read the […]

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Evidence That Demands A Verdict Redux: An Interview with Josh McDowell and Sean McDowell

In the 45 years since its first publication, what new historical documentation, archaeological discoveries, and scholarship evidence would lead to the updating and extensive expansion of this one million-copy Christian apologetic bestseller? Bible Gateway interviewed Josh McDowell (@josh_mcdowell) and his son Dr. Sean McDowell (@Sean_McDowell) about their book, Evidence That Demands a Verdict: Life-Changing Truth […]

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The Cities That Built the Bible: Guest Post by Robert Cargill

For many, the names Bethlehem, Babylon, and Jerusalem are known as the settings for epic stories from the Bible featuring rustic mangers, soaring towers, and wooden crosses. Robert R. Cargill (@xkv8r), assistant professor of Classics and Religious Studies at the University of Iowa, is an archaeologist, Bible scholar, and host of numerous television documentaries, such […]

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