The Rise of Ancient Israel (2020)

The Rise of Ancient Israel The Rise of Ancient Israel now available in this convenient eReader edition is an accessible and engaging overview of one of biblical archaeology s most critical and hotly debated subjects the emerg
  • Title: The Rise of Ancient Israel
  • Author: William G. Dever Adam Zertal Norman Gottwald Israel Finkelstein P. Kyle McCarter Jr. Bruce Halpern Hershel Shanks
  • ISBN: 9781935335818
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Rise of Ancient Israel, now available in this convenient eReader edition, is an accessible and engaging overview of one of biblical archaeology s most critical and hotly debated subjects the emergence of biblical Israel on the historical stage Based on a 1991 Smithsonian Institution symposium organized by the Biblical Archaeology Society, this handsomely illustrated bThe Rise of Ancient Israel, now available in this convenient eReader edition, is an accessible and engaging overview of one of biblical archaeology s most critical and hotly debated subjects the emergence of biblical Israel on the historical stage Based on a 1991 Smithsonian Institution symposium organized by the Biblical Archaeology Society, this handsomely illustrated book brings together four authoritative and insightful lectures from world renowned scholars that carefully consider the archaeological and historical evidence for ancient Israel s origins Further, the new electronic edition of The Rise of Ancient Israel allows readers to take full advantage of all of the portability and functionality of their eReader devices, including convenient in text links that jump directly to specific chapters and notes.In the book s introduction, moderator Hershel Shanks, editor of Biblical Archaeology Review, not only defines the broad range of issues involved in tackling Israel s beginnings, but also provides the basic information needed to appreciate the scholarly debates William Dever, America s preeminent Biblical archaeologist, then assesses the archaeological evidence that is usually associated with the Israelite settlement in Canaan beginning in about 1200 B.C.E The often controversial views presented by Dever are followed by brief responses from leading scholars who study Israelite origins, including Israel Finkelstein, Norman Gottwald and Adam Zertal In the book s final chapters, Baruch Halpern, a senior professor of Jewish studies and biblical history at Penn State University, describes how the Book of Exodus may preserve authentic historical memories of Israel s emergence in Egypt, while famed biblical scholar P Kyle McCarter, Jr discusses the fascinating and perhaps unexpected origins of Israelite religion The book concludes with an informal but revealing panel discussion spurred by questions from Shanks and the symposium audience.
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    One Reply to “The Rise of Ancient Israel”

    1. Mixed feelings about this one The book is a discussion between scholars, and it s difficult for a layperson like me to decide who is right and who isn t Some of the stuff they talk about appears to have been made obsolete by recent research, but then it s just based on.

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