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For the first time in a long time, I had the opportunity to update the CADRE links on Biblical Archaeology on the Christian History page. Here is the list of websites now listed on that site:

Archaeology Sites

  • Amazing Discoveries in Bible Archaeology
    A link page to various sites on Biblical Archaeology.
  • Archaeology and the Bible
    The Associates for Biblical Research monitors new archeological discoveries of the ancient Biblical world, and in fact produces many of these new discoveries through its own staff of professional archaeologists. Source of the Radio Program "Stones Cry Out".
  • Associates for Biblical Research
    To provide information to the Christian community and the general public by the most effective means available on the subject of Biblical archaeology and the creation/evolution issues. This information is to be obtained from original research and fieldwork, and the research and fieldwork done by others outside the organization.
  • B.A.S.E Institute
    The Bible Archaeology, Search & Exploration (B.A.S.E.) Institute is dedicated to the quest for archaeological evidence to help validate to the world that the Bible is true, and that it represents an accurate, non-fictional account of God’s will to bring the people of this world back into relationship with Him. This website contains fascinating information on Noah's Ark, Mount Sinai, the Ark of the Covenant, and Paul's Shipwreck.
  • BIBARCH™ — The Premier Biblical Archaeology Website
    This website remains unique in biblical archaeology since its focus is upon the whole field of biblical archaeology in its quest to learn more about the culture of biblical peoples. Includes articles on Golgotha, Artaxerxes, the last seder and the Mosaic Covenant.
  • The Biblical and American Archaeologist
    The BAA exists to help people learn about archaeology as it relates to the Old and New Testament for the purpose of gaining a deeper understanding of the Scriptures. It serves to demonstrate the incredible accuracy of the Bible as an ancient document, and to create a base of fellowship for people with these interests.
  • Bible and Interpretation
    Bible and Interpretation is designed to appeal to a significant public and scholarly audience who are interested in the most current news and interpretations on the Bible. It endeavors to bring the latest news and information in the field of biblical studies to a wide readership and to contact scholars for comment and analysis. As the site matures and grows, it will elicit articles from individuals representing the best scholarship available for the general public and students.
  • Bible Archaeology - from Christian Broadcast Network
    A page of links to articles, videos and 3-D tours related to Biblical Archaeology from CBN.
  • Bible Archaeology - What Do We Know?
    This Bible Study Resource reconstructs the world of the Old and New Testaments --- from Abraham to Ziggurats.
  • Biblical Archaeology
    WF Albright School of Biblical Archaeology — Totally Free Biblical Archaeology News/Courses.
  • The Biblical Archaeology Foundation
    The FBA is a private, non-profit organization established to Promote Biblical Archaeology as a Discipline by Raising Funds for Excavation, Publication, Research and Education. Articles include information on an ancient amulet with the Tetragrammaton from Sepphoris, Hezekiah's Reforms and Crucifixion.
  • Biblical Archaeology News from Bible History Online
    Recent archaeological discoveries as well as comparative historical research and philological studies, along with an analysis and interpretation of the Old Testament text have made possible a fuller and more reliable picture of Biblical history than in previous eras. With the advent of the computer and Internet age, the Lord has allowed the study of the Bible to be greatly enhanced, bringing the images of the past as well as the work of devoted teachers and scholars right into our homes. Bible History Online hopes to assist and encourage all those who humbly pursue and correctly handle the word of truth. (2 Tim 2:15).
  • Biblical Archaeological Review
    BAR connects academic study of the Bible to a broad general audience. Covering both the Old and New Testaments, BAR presents the latests discoveries and controversies in Biblical Archaeology.
  • Biblical Archaeology Society
    Publishers of the Biblical Archaeology Review, Bible Review and Archeology Odyssey. BAS educates the public about archaeology and the Bible through magazines, books, visual materials and seminars. BAS serves as an important authority and as an invaluable source of reliable information.
  • Bible History Online
    The focus at Bible History Online is history and the Bible. The Bible is about God's activities in history. It deals with actual people in an actual geographical area during actual specified historical times who had contact with other actual peoples and empires whom we know of from sources outside the Bible. Knowledge of the historical background of the Bible is essential to any serious student of the Scriptures. This site am trying to focus more on factual historical information within the sites that I list, and gear it toward people who are more equipped to discern truth from error. Be sure to visit Biblical Archaeology News from Bible History Online where recent archaeological discoveries as well as comparative historical research and philological studies, along with an analysis and interpretation of the Old Testament text have made possible a fuller and more reliable picture of Biblical history than in previous eras. With the advent of the computer and Internet age, the Lord has allowed the study of the Bible to be greatly enhanced, bringing the images of the past as well as the work of devoted teachers and scholars right into our homes. Bible History Online hopes to assist and encourage all those who humbly pursue and correctly handle the word of truth. (2 Tim 2:15).
  • BiblicalStudies.org's Archaeology Page
    An outstanding British site maintained by Robert I Bradshaw providing several articles on Biblical archaeology.
  • CenturyOne Foundation
    COF's goals are to fund in whole and/or in part archaeological projects, historical and biblical research, lectures and symposiums, publications and education on subjects pertaining to the time of the first century C.E./A.D. Good bookstore.
  • God and Science's Page on Archaeology and the Bible
    A series of articles on recent discoveries in Biblical Archaeology maintained by CADRE member Richard Deem.
  • Institute for Biblical and Scientific Studies
    The Institute for Biblical and Scientific Studies is a non-profit tax-exempt organization interested in the areas of Bible and science. The goals of the Institute are to educate people about Bible and science and to do research in Bible and science. Some articles are specific to archaeology.

2 comments:

Biblical archeology is just as much a science as biblical thermodynamics.

That's a good line. Obviously wrong on a couple of levels, but amusing.

But in case you really don't see the difference: Biblical archaeology is the study of the archaeology of the lands and places that touch on Biblical events. As such, there is clearly such a thing as Biblical archaeology in the same was as Greek archaeology is the study of lands and places that touch on events in Greek history.

Biblical thermodynamics, of course, doesn't exist because no one speaks of thermodynamics as touching on events and places in the Bible. On the other side, since the Bible is the word of God and since God created the universe and all of its systems, in a broader sense all study of thermodynamics is the study of Biblical thermodynamics.

Just saying....

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