Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Biblical Archaelogy the Easy Way

Would you like to check out archaeological finds that corroborate the historical text of the Bible, without having to "read a book" to do it?  You might like Mike Caba's site Bible and Archaeology - Online Museum.  Mr. Caba is the Dean of Faculty at Kiln's College in Bend, Oregon, and has put together a very nice site which portrays 50 of the most notable archaeological finds related to the Bible.  Each artifact has a short vignette complete with a photograph and a description of its significance.  You can visit the site here.

2 comments:

jim the lutheran said...

Scott,
I can't get the link to work.

Jim

Scott Diekmann said...

It seems to be working Jim. It's http://www.bibleandarchaeology.com/