Wall Chart – Archaeology & The Bible: Old Testament
Archaeology and The Bible: Old Testament lists 50 key archaeological finds that support the veracity of the Old Testament, shed light on the culture and customs, and help us understand the ancient people of the Bible.
Explains the importance of 50 key finds such as –
– The “House of David” inscription, the earliest archaeological find to mention King David.
– The Dead Sea Scrolls, which testifies to the accuracy of Bible translation over the past 2000 years.
– Shalmaneser’s Black Obelisk, the first picture discovered of a Israelite king.
– Cyrus’s Cylinder, an edict of King Cyrus similar to the one mentioned in the book of Ezra, which allowed the Jews to return to their homeland.
– The Moabite Stone, which mentions King Omri of Israel.
Contributors: Professor Larry McKinney, Central Baptist Theological Seminary. Additional research, Dan Master, Assistant Professor of Archaeology – Wheaton College; Dr. John Monson, Assistant Professor of Archaeology – Wheaton College
Reproducible worksheets and teaching tips on back of this chart.
This same chart is also available in laminated format. This material is also laid out in pamphlet format.
ISBN 13: 9789901983377
ISBN 10: 9901983371
Dimensions: 19.5 x 26″
Weight: 0.2 lbs
Publisher: Rose Publishing