Archaeology & the Bible: A Cautious Relationship | Karin Sowada


Archaeological discovery in the Bible lands continues to reveal the complexity of the ancient past. But tightly aligning the Bible with the archaeological record is not straightforward, and is an unhelpful way of approaching the relationship.

Photo: Archaeological excavations at Pella in Jordan | Karin Sowada

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