Archaeology and the New Testament / John McRay.Material type: TextPublication details: Grand Rapids, Michigan : Baker Academic, (c)2008.Description: 432 pages : illustrations ; 26 cmContent type:
- BS2406.5.M373.A734 2008
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PART 1: The architecture of New Testament times. City layouts and civic structures ; Religious and domestic structures
PART 2: The building program of Herod the Great. Herodian Jerusalem ; Herodian construction outside Jerusalem
PART 3: Archaeology and the life of Christ. Jesus' youth and ministry in Galilee ; Jesus' ministry and last days in Judea
PART 4: Archaeology and the church. Cities in Eastern and Central Asia Minor ; Cities in Western Asia Minor ; Macedonian cities and Athens ; Corinth and Rome ; The discovery and contributions of ancient documents.
The reader tours sites associated with the ministry of Jesus, the journeys of Paul, and the seven churches of Revelation. Includes numerous diagrams, maps, charts, and more than 150 photographs illuminate the study. A glossary defines the technical terms, and extensive endnotes and a bibliographic guide. Back book flap
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