Author: Yitzhak MEITLIS
New Archaeological Evidence for the Historical Reliability of Scripture
The author defends the historical accuracy of Scripture and brings the evidence to the general public. Dr. Meitlis has built his argument on academic scholarship, excavations of colleagues and his deep familiarity with the geography of Israel. He leads the reader on a lively exploration of the ancient cities of the Judean Hills, and the birth of an Israelite nation and the people's challenge to remaining a people committed to God as described in the Prophets and later Writings. The journey culminates in Jerusalem, where the reader watches the rise and fall of one civilization after another; views the audacious exploits that delivered the city into the hands of David; pictures its glory at the height of its power; and watches in horror as it meets its fiery end. It is a thought-provoking and captivating exploration of the Biblical era in all of its majesty.
Bartleby Press, 2012
Hardcover, 397 pages
Dimensions: 23,5 x 16 cm