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Archaeology and the Bible: New Testament

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This is a very big subject to cover - Archaeological Discoveries in the New Testament.

The first section is on the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Qumran Community, and their implications to John the Baptist, Jesus, to some extent Paul, and to the study of the Gospels.

The next influences that are examined are the Roman Conquest, the Zealots, and Hyper-Fundamentalism and Biblical Issues.

Learn of important discoveries as they relate to Jesus' journey to Jerusalem, his arrest, and crucifixion.

Ascertain new insights to the foundations of the early church and the Book of Acts from the research done on the Temples, House Churches, and Paul's life and journeys.

Included in this book are over 35 pages of maps, tables, charts, and diagrams to help further illustrate the above topics.

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