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Let the Stones Speak

Let the Stones Speak brings you archaeology from a biblical perspective. Host Brent Nagtegaal is on location in Jerusalem to give you the most important developments happening on the ground—and emerging from beneath it. Nagtegaal is a contributor for ArmstrongInstitute.org.

Researchers from Tel Aviv University and the Israel Antiquities Authority have just released surprising findings from a chemical analysis of sixth-century B.C.E. wine jars recently discovered in the City of David. It turns out that Jerusalem’s elites enjoyed their wine with a touch of vanilla.
On today’s podcast, host Brent Nagtegaal talks with Dr. Stripling about the newly discovered Ebal inscription and how it could revolutionize our understanding of when the Bible was written.
Later this week, scholars will present their reading of an ancient curse tablet discovered on Mt Ebal.
On today’s program, host Brent Nagtegaal discusses a recent article by Ashkelon excavator Dr. Daniel Master in Biblical Archaeology Review that shows how dna evidence finally put to rest any debate about the Philistine origins.
On today’s program, host Brent Nagtegaal interviews archaeologist Christopher Eames to discuss the historical evidence supporting the biblical account.
On today’s podcast, Dr. Stripling joins host Brent Nagtegaal to discuss some amazing discoveries from excavation dumps on Mt Ebal that could reshape archaeology discussion regarding the period of Joshua’s conquest
One of the great debates in the world of biblical archaeology is about the historicity of the biblical kingdom of kings David and Solomon. Many would say the evidence for such kingdoms is provided exclusively by the grand structures they left behind. But are other metrics of empire being overlooked? On today’s program, host Brent Nagtegaal interviews Christopher Eames about his recent article in Let the Stones Speak in which he discusses further evidence for the biblical kingdom.