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What has Archaeology to do with Faith?
Edited by James H Charlesworth & Walter P Weaver
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Five prominent scholars present a realistic view of the limits and the value of archaeology for understanding the Bible and for faith. They propose that archaeology function more intentionally within an interdisciplinary milieu to assist in as accurate a reconstruction of ancient social history as possible. Implications of archaeology for New Testament studies and the study of Israelite history as well as implications of archaeology for the study of Jesus and Christianity from the core of the book.
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About the Editors
James H Charlesworth is George L. Collord Professor of New Testament Language and Literature at Princeton Theological Seminary and the director of the Princeton Theological Seminary Dead Sea Scrolls Project. Walter P Weaver is Chair of the Humanities Division and Department of Religion and Philosophy at Florida Southern College, Lakeland, and Pendergrass Professor of Religion.
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