Archaeology & the New Testament by Dr. John McRay of Wheaton College, is the companion volume on New Testament archaeology. It sheds light on the Bible by examining recent archaeological discoveries. Includes numerous maps, charts, photographs, and a glossary of terms....
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Archaeology and the New Testament Reviews
Good book that discusses the archaeological corroboration of the New Testament. I also discuss this topic in my book, “Cold Case Christianity” (Chapter 12: Were They Corroborated?)Cold-Case Christianity: A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospels
Intriguing. Well written. Great diagrams and photographs following various archeological digs in the lands covered by the New Testament. An interesting text to any study of the Bible. Culture based on archaeological finds as well as theories and their development about the place of Christianity and its adherents in its early years.
Reads a bit like a textbook. Not as intriguing as some I've read, but VERY informative.