Challenging the Consensus Except When the Consensus Says You Shouldn’t


The Reformed Reader

5102894mjxl-_sx331_bo1204203200_Iain Provan, V. Philips Long, Tremper Longman III, A Biblical History of Israel (2nd ed.; Westminster John Knox, 2015).

I don’t usually hustle to purchase revised editions of books I already own, but when the book covers the field of biblical archaeology which changes with each new dig season, I can hardly pass up the chance to see how authors have integrated new material such as that found in the city of David (the “large stone structure”), that found at Wadi Feynan, and that found at Khirbet Qeiyafa. (Concerning the later, new analysis of the 14C samples has been published within the past couple of months making the book I am about to quote already lacking in the latest publications.) As the first edition of A Biblical History of Israel by Iain Provan, V. Philips Long, and Tremper Longman III was a very formative book for me when I…

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