So, how do you grasp the full context of what you’re reading?
One of the best ways is to complement your study of the Bible with research into its cultures and history. And one of the deepest wells of expertise on the Bible’s world is Near Eastern Archaeology (formerly The Biblical Archaeologist), an academic journal devoted exclusively to biblical archaeology.
Rigorous, peer-reviewed scholarship
Near Eastern Archaeology covers the ancient world from Mesopotamia to the Mediterranean. It’s published by Boston University’s American School of Oriental Research, one of the most highly regarded academic organizations in the world. Logos’ Biblical Archaeologist / Near Eastern Archaeology collection gives you 74 issues, from 1992 through 2011—it’s a treasure trove of knowledge.
Here are just a few of the articles you’ll get:
- “The Challenge of Hellenism for Early Judaism and Christianity”
- “Pushing Back the Frontiers of Mesopotamian Prehistory”
- “Origin and Early History of the Qumran Sect”
- “Had the Works of Philo Been Newly Discovered“
- “Egypt and Moab”
- And far more
Every article in Near Eastern Archaeology goes through rigorous peer review, so you can know you’re getting information you can trust.
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The Biblical Archaeologist / Near Eastern Archaeologist collection is on Pre-Pub for 30% off, but it won’t be there long—it’s nearly covered production costs, and when it does, the price is going up.