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Where God Came Down: The Archaeological Evidence (edition 2020)

by Joel P. Kramer (Author)

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"Each year, thousands travel to Israel to visit its holy sites. But how can they know that the locations they are experiencing are authentic? In an age of biblical skepticism, Where God Came Down: The Archeological Evidence delivers a refreshing perspective, emphasizing a profound agreement between the Bible and archaeology. Using Scripture as his primary ancient text and most important interpretive tool, author Joel P. Kramer identifies and examines the archaeological record for ten Christian holy sites. "What is the evidence to support these as the real biblical places?" is one of the questions this volume seeks to answer as it analyzes five Old Testament sites and five New Testament sites. "Does it really matter to know if these sites are authentic?" some may ask. Kramer's response is a resounding, yes! It matters because the Bible is not a made-up account of antiquity as many today claim. Instead, it is a record of real events and places that can be traced through the course of centuries. Peeling back layers of dirt and time, Where God Came Down reveals archaeological evidence that explains how divine encounters thousands of years ago shaped ordinary, unimportant places into holy sites, still revered today. Can we be certain of these places? Absolutely!"--… (more)
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"Each year, thousands travel to Israel to visit its holy sites. But how can they know that the locations they are experiencing are authentic? In an age of biblical skepticism, Where God Came Down: The Archeological Evidence delivers a refreshing perspective, emphasizing a profound agreement between the Bible and archaeology. Using Scripture as his primary ancient text and most important interpretive tool, author Joel P. Kramer identifies and examines the archaeological record for ten Christian holy sites. "What is the evidence to support these as the real biblical places?" is one of the questions this volume seeks to answer as it analyzes five Old Testament sites and five New Testament sites. "Does it really matter to know if these sites are authentic?" some may ask. Kramer's response is a resounding, yes! It matters because the Bible is not a made-up account of antiquity as many today claim. Instead, it is a record of real events and places that can be traced through the course of centuries. Peeling back layers of dirt and time, Where God Came Down reveals archaeological evidence that explains how divine encounters thousands of years ago shaped ordinary, unimportant places into holy sites, still revered today. Can we be certain of these places? Absolutely!"--

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