Later this week, scholars will present their reading of an ancient curse tablet discovered on Mt Ebal. This discovery may turn out to be the greatest discovery in biblical archaeology of the past decade. On today’s program, host Brent Nagtegaal previews the context of the tablet discovery. He also reviews author Andrew Lawler’s latest article which takes aim at archaeologists who would dare use the Bible as a scientific resource.
Interview with Dr. Stripling: Joshua, Mt. Ebal and the Discovery of an Ancient Hebrew Amulet
Mount Ebal and the Tale of Two Altars
Jerusalem Archaeology, Muslim History and the Mazar Excavations
Jerusalem Archaeology Modernizes but Runs into Ancient Problems