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A Glossary For The Study Of Archaeology And The Bible
This is the updated Glossary section from the Shouting Stones syllabus, providing definitions for specialized words that crop up in books and articles on archaeology and the Bible. The electronic document has internal cross-reference links, highlighted in blue.
The Mulckmukum Fragment
News media tout archaeological “discoveries” as proof that the Bible is false—or true. The reality is that archaeology is a very interpretive science. This short article humorously describes how confused future archaeologists could become about an incident in Seattle’s history.
A short article about providing archaeological and historical perspective on the biblical city of Christ’s youth.
The Rosetta Stone
A page about a pivotal archaeological discovery and a powerful metaphor.