NT307 Archaeology and the New Testament

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In this course, Craig Evans describes the world of Jesus and the early church in detail based on archeology. He draws connections between archaeological finds and relevant Scripture passages and theological issues. Evans discusses how archaeology sheds light on the synagogues of Israel, literacy of the time, Pilate and Caiaphas, and burial traditions.

Introduction

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

2m

The Tasks of Archaeology

Recovery of Material Culture

Recovery of Material Culture

6m

Jesus and the Synagogues

Jesus Visited the Synagogues

Jesus Visited the Synagogues

6m

Books and Artifacts

Book Culture and Literacy

Book Culture and Literacy

7m

Pilate and Caiaphas

The Caiaphas Ossuary

The Caiaphas Ossuary

4m

Jewish Tombs and Burial Traditions

The Importance of the Archaeology of Burial

The Importance of the Archaeology of Burial

6m

Jesus’ Death and Burial Compared with Jewish Burial Traditions

Why Such Large Crowds Followed Jesus

Why Such Large Crowds Followed Jesus

7m

Conclusion

Summing Up the Course

Summing Up the Course

3m