Archaeology and The Bible: New Testament Pamplet
Archaeology and the Bible: New Testament features 50 archaeological finds and dozens of photos that show the Bible s accuracy and explain the culture and customs of the Roman world during the time of Jesus, his disciples, and the apostle Paul.
For example: In the past, some scholars doubted that Pontius Pilate, the governor of Judea during Jesus time, really existed, until an inscription of his name was found in the amphitheater in Caesarea. Recently, two first century A.D. ossuaries (limestone boxes for holding bones) that mention important New Testament people have been found. One mentions Caiaphas, the high priest of Jesus time. The other mentions James. . . the brother of Jesus, a hotly debated archaeological find.
Topics include: apostle Paul, archaeological evidence, archaeology, archaeology New Testament, artifacts, Bible history, biblical archaeology, biblical evidence, crucifixion evidence, Dead Sea scrolls, earliest New Testament, extra-biblical evidence, Jerusalem, Jesus tomb, New Testament, oldest copy, papyrus, parchment, parchment codex, pottery, Qumran, scrolls, stone tombs, Temple Mount, tombs, and the truth of Scripture