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Archaeology & The Bible: New Testament - Pamphlet
Product ID 9789901980109
Manufacturer Rose Publishing
Archaeology & The Bible: New Testament - Pamphlet
The wealth of discovery reflected in this bestselling pamphlet reinforces the accuracy of the Bible in a skeptical age. The pamphlet also includes dozens of photo. Archaeology and the Bible: New Testament pamphlet provides:

The name of 50 finds with their corresponding books of the Bible
Descriptions of the finds
The importance of the finds

Interesting archaeological finds include:
Cana, Site of a Wedding Feast
Jericho, Where Jesus met Zacchaeus
Caiphas' Family Tomb
Crucifixion evidence
Jesus' burial place, the tomb of Joseph of Arimathea

This detailed pamphlet is a great resource to use in conjunction with Bible studies and lessons based on New Testament passages. Archaeology and the Bible: New Testament discoveries and descriptions add new meanings for students when they discover that God's Word is real and based on real events proven in the pamphlet. The wealth of evidence in this bestselling pamphlet reinforces the credibility of the Bible in a skeptical age.

Interesting archaeological finds include:
Pontius Pilate Inscription - oldest appearance of Pilate's name to be found.
Caiaphas's Family Tomb - The name of the priest who brought Jesus to trial before the crucifixion was Caiaphas.
Politarch Inscriptions - once though by critics to be a mistake in the Bible, the technical term "politarch" has now been found in several places throughout the Roman empire.
Erastus Inscription - In 1929 archaeologists found a five-foot-long carving of the name Erastus who was the city treasurer in the city of Corinth and mentioned in Romans 16:23 And more

Each discovery is listed, described, and its importance to the Bible's credibility is explained as in the following example:
Archaeological Find
Jacobs Well Near Sychar John The well can be found today beside what archaeologists have identified as the ancient north-south road near Mount Gerizim, in the eastern part of Nablus.

Description of the Find
Today, the well is still fed by an underground stream, and an unfinished church building covers it.

Importance of the Find
John 4:1-42 tells the story of Jesus' encounter with a Samaritan woman at Jacob's well. Since ancient times Christian pilgrims have come to the well and have written about it.

The contents of the chart are generally arranged from the earliest events mentioned in the Bible to the most recent events. A great tool for Bible study, new believers, and evangelism teams.
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