Research Articles: All posts tagged 'gezer'

  • Non-Technical Language
  • Technical Language
  • Expert Language

Digging for Truth Audio Series: Top Ten Discoveries of 2016 2/25/2017 - by Bryan Windle

What we read in the Bible has a clear historical connection. In Digging for Truth, Bryan Windle reveals archeological evidence for biblical characters and events to help us make links between scripture and history.

The Serpent 7/8/2015 - by Joel Kramer

One archaeological site in Israel that has always intrigued me is the Canaanite high place at Tel Gezer. When archaeologist Stewart Macalister excavated there in the early 1900’s, he found a line of standing stones that represented Canaanite gods and goddesses. His interpretation of the site, based on discovering the standing stones, was that he had discovered a high place, a place of ancient, pagan worship.

King Solomon in His Ancient Context 7/1/2007 - by Alan Millard PhD

The Solomon Narrative describes a greater range of material culture than other parts of Kings. It therefore allows greater possibility for assessment in the context of the ancient world: can the creations attributed to Solomon’s craftsmen be set comfortably in the tenth century, or do they belong only to later years?

Volunteer in 2016 Support Associates For Biblical Research with every purchase on Amazon Smile. Bible and Spade magazine Become a Member Make a Donation to ABR

Research RSS Feed

AddThis Feed Button

Recent Articles

Since the onset of "scientific" Middle Eastern archaeology in the mid-19th century and the deciphering...
The 2017 Associates for Biblical Research Friends Banquet is just around the corner, on Monday, April...
Dale Manor currently serves as Professor of Archaeology and Bible at Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas....
I am writing this article from the Holy Land where I am excavating the palace on an ancient acropolis....
Associates for Biblical Research
  • PO Box 144, Akron, PA 17501
  • Phone: +1 717-859-3443
  • Toll Free: 1-800-430-0008
Friend ABR on Facebook.com Join us on Twitter Join us on Twitter