Interesting Biblical Archaeology Resources

This site has some useful resources to look at when studying the history behind the Bible.

When I was a teenager, I received a beautiful, leather-bound Thompson Chain Reference Bible as a prize at church.  One of the resources it had at the end, just before the concordance and maps, was an “Archaeological Supplement,” written by Dr. G. Frederick Owens.  It was a fascinating, faith-boosting experience to read about the excavation of the very sites I was reading about in the Bible.

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