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  • The Patriarch Job, Chalcolithic Ossuary Jars, and the Resurrection of the Body

    The Lord, in His permissive will, allowed Satan to afflict 'a man in the land of Uz, whose name was Job, and the man was blameless and upright, and one who feared God and shunned evil' (Job 1:1, all Scripture quotes from the New King James Bible)....

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/3965-the-patriarch-job-chalcolithic-ossuary-jars-and-the-resurrection-of-the-body
  • Creation or the Flood? A Study of Several Passages of Scripture

    books of the Bible form one whole cloth of divine revelation, not a patchwork quilt. This means that a passage in the book of Job or in the Psalms, for example, properly understood from its immediate context and grammar, can shed light on the meaning of...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/flood/2964-creation-or-the-flood-a-study-of-several-passages-of-scripture
  • Book Review: The Genesis Creation Account and Its Reverberations in the Old Testament

    those contexts where it is employed have nothing whatsoever to do with cosmology or creation, with the possible exception of Job 37:18 (p. 48, n. 63). The verbal form means "to expand," and the direct object can be a variety of materials, not...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/book-reviews/2776-book-review-the-genesis-creation-account-and-its-reverberations-in-the-old-testament
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  • Revisiting the Peleg Event

    for us any potential misunderstandings caused by the idiosyncrasies of ancient Hebrew. For the most part they do a good job, giving us English versions rendered in such a way that we language rubes won’t generally misconstrue the meaning of the text....

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/flood/2798-revisiting-the-peleg-event
  • The Date of Camel Domestication in the Ancient Near East

    of burden prior to the 9th century or even 12th century BC within the Old Testament books of Genesis, Exodus, Judges, and Job would appear to be inaccurate, if archaeological data indicated that camels were not being used in a domesticated context prior...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/contemporary-issues/3832-the-date-of-camel-domestication-in-the-ancient-near-east
  • Abortion and Exodus 21

    soldiers going forth to war (1 Samuel 8:20), or the sun going forth in its rising (Genesis 19:23), to a flower blossoming (Job 14:2) or the birth of a child (Job 1:21). The Hebrew is as generic as the English words 'to go out or forth.' As with yeled ,...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/contemporary-issues/3866-abortion-and-exodus-21
  • Making Sense of the Days of Peleg

    kind of picture we would expect from the Bible—an Ice Age that lastedfor just a very short time, likely around the time of Job (Northrup 1996). Barry Setterfield also comments on this: Because of the destruction caused by these events, and the new...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/flood/2887-making-sense-of-the-days-of-peleg
  • The Master Potter: Pottery Making in the Bible

    of clay by pinching it off with his fingers or cutting it off with a string. Elihu refers to this process in his speech to Job: Behold, I am toward God as you are; I too was formed from a piece of clay (Job 33:6, RSV). The Hebrew word translated...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/devotionals/3870-the-master-potter-pottery-making-in-the-bible
  • Joseph in Egypt: Part V

    title has an exact Egyptian counterpart, which is normally translated into English as 'Chief Steward of the King.' The main job of the Chief Steward was the detailed supervision of the King's personal agricultural estates, the number of which would have...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/3477-joseph-in-egypt-part-v
  • Lex Talionis and the Human Fetus

    contexts where the word in question appears are difficult. I take it in Ex. 21:22 to be an adjectival form, pelîlît (cf. Job 31:28), with an enclitic -m (as also in Job 31:11). In fact, there is no clear basis for the entry pālîl ("judge") in the...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/contemporary-issues/3049-lex-talionis-and-the-human-fetus
  • Remember, Archaeology is NOT a Treasure Hunt

    on and now I was an area supervisor of three junior high Israeli students! I was about to receive a crash course with on the job training in Methodology of Archaeological Excavations 101, also known as how to excavate a burial cave when you don’t know...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/divided-kingdom/2576-remember-archaeology-is-not-a-treasure-hunt
  • Please Help Support the Ministry of Dr. Bryant Wood

    The Board of Directors of the Associates for Biblical Research is especially proud of the job Dr. Bryant Wood has done over the years in support of this work at Khirbet el-Maqatir... Dear ABR Friends, Thank you for your participation in our dig at...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/ministry-updates/3823-please-help-support-the-ministry-of-dr-bryant-wood
  • Researching Jericho

    prove the biblical account really happened?' Hardly! When I was growing up in Endicott NY, my goal was to get a well-paying job! I knew little about the Bible, and the only archaeology I had heard about was excavating American Indian sites. I began my...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/conquest-of-canaan/4069-researching-jericho
  • Rocking the Boat: The Value of New Ideas

    two chapters we learn nothing about how the earth under the waters fared. However, if we look elsewhere in Scripture, such as Job 38, Psalm 104, Proverbs 8 and Jeremiah 5, we find information about the initial Creation that appears to impose constraints...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/contemporary-issues/4018-rocking-the-boat-the-value-of-new-ideas
  • Not So Fast!: 'Brother of Jesus' Might Be Authentic, But Not 'James, The Son of Joseph'

    Late Bronze'ceremonial palace' at Hazor where we conducted the interview. We covered a range of topics about Orna's job and why it is important to conserve what has been excavated. Orna is one of the best in the field of archaeological conservation and...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/contemporary-issues/4041-not-so-fast-brother-of-jesus-might-be-authentic-but-not-james-the-son-of-joseph
  • Why Did God Send the Flood?

    'sons of God' is used several times in the Old Testament. It appears in the opening of the oldest book of the Bible, Job 1: 6 and 2:1. There it is used of angels, both holy and fallen, since Satan was among them. In Job 38:7, the 'sons of God' are the...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/devotionals/4150-why-did-god-send-the-flood
  • The Economic Effect on Biblical Archaeology

    and ancient Near Eastern studies particularly hard. Even in the best of times, it is difficult to find a permanent job in these fields. The number of new Ph.D.s entering the job market every year almost always surpasses the number of available positions...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/current-events-list/3409-the-economic-effect-on-biblical-archaeology
  • Apollos: Eloquent and Mighty In the Scriptures

    kind of ship had three decks of oarsmen, or “under-rowers”. These were freedmen, not slaves, who had volunteered for this job. They were seated on the three decks underneath the main deck and could not see where they were going or what was going on...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/devotionals/2620-apollos-eloquent-and-mighty-in-the-scriptures

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