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* Future of Biblical Archaeology: Reassessing Methodologies and Assumptions (James K Hoffmeier) Paperback Book, (Wm B Eerdmans Publishing Co, 2004) 9780802821737
* Future of Biblical Archaeology: Reassessing Methodologies and Assumptions (James K Hoffmeier) Paperback Book, (Wm B Eerdmans Publishing Co, 2004) 9780802821737
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Title: * Future of Biblical Archaeology: Reassessing Methodologies and Assumptions

Author: Hoffmeier, James K

Additional Authors or Contributors: Alan Millard (eds)

Publisher: Wm B Eerdmans Publishing Co; Publication Date: 2004

Paperback; ISBN: 9780802821737

Volumes: 1; Pages: 403

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Biblical archaeology has long been a discipline in crisis. "Biblical minimalists," who believe that the Bible contains little of actual historical fact, today are challenging those who accept the historicity of Scripture. In this volume Jewish and evangelical Christian archaeologists, historians, and biblical scholars confront the minimalist critique and offer positive alternatives.

Bringing a needed scientific approach to biblical archaeology, the contributors construct a new paradigm that reads the Bible critically but sympathetically. Their work covers the full range of subjects relevant to understanding the context of the Bible, including proper approaches to scriptural interpretation, recent archaeological evidence, and new studies of Near Eastern texts and inscriptions.





Biblical Archaeology: The Recent Debate and Future Prospects

The Biblical Archaeology versus Syro-Palestinian Archaeology Debate in Its American Institutional and Intellectual Contexts

Ziony Zevit

Theory and Method in Biblical Archaeology

Thomas W. Davis

The Relationship between Archaeology and the Bible: Expectations and Reality

David Merling

Integrating Faith, the Bible, and Archaeology: A Review of the "Andrews University Way" of Doing Archaeology

Randall W. Younker

The North Sinai Archaeological Project's Excavations at Tell el-Borg (Sinai): An Example of the "New" Biblical Archaeology?

James K. Hoffmeier

Archaeology: Approaches and Application

Homer and Archaeology: Minimalists and Maximalists in Classical Context

Edwin Yamauchi

A New Working Hypothesis for the Identification of Migdol

Benjamin Edidin Scolnic

Deconstructing and Reconstructing the United Monarchy: House of David or Tent of David (Current Trends in Iron Age Chronology)

Steven M. Ortiz

Amorites and Israelites: Invisible Invaders--Modern Expectation and Ancient Reality

Alan Millard

Using Texts in Biblical Archaeology

Sumer and the Bible: A Matter of Proportion

William W. Hallo

Ancient Israel's Literary Heritage Compared with Hittite Textual Data

Harry A. Hoffner, Jr.

Genesis in History and Tradition: The Syrian Background of Israel's Ancestors, Reprise

Daniel E. Fleming

Multiple-Month Ritual Calendars in the West Semitic World: Emar 446 and Leviticus 23

Richard S. Hess

The Repopulation of Samaria (2 Kings 17:24, 27-31) in Light of Recent Study

K. Lawson Younger, Jr.

Methodological Issues in Reconstructing Language Systems from Epigraphic Fragments

Cynthia L. Miller

Hermeneutics and Theology

The Role of Context and the Promise of Archaeology in Biblical Interpretation from Early Judaism to Post Modernity

John M. Monson

Ancient Near Eastern Mythography as It Relates to Historiography in the Hebrew Bible: Genesis 3 and the Cosmic Battle

Richard E. Averbeck

"Splendid Truths" or "Prodigious Commotion"? Ancient Near Eastern Texts and the Study of the Bible

David B. Weisberg

Can We Write a History of Israel Today?

Andrew G. Vaughn
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