Dr. Robert R. Cargill: Good Faith Archaeology - Biblical Claims Confirmed and Challenged by Archaeological Evidence
Wednesday, October 14
10:00 AM EDT
A virtual series
Many people today use archaeological evidence to prove — or disprove — myriad claims made in the Bible. But how can we tell which evidence and which claims are trustworthy?
Dr. Cargill, editor of Biblical Archaeology Review, will discuss how to discern legitimate evidence from suspect claims and survey evidence that both corroborates and challenges many of the Bible’s teachings.
Dr. Robert R. Cargill is Associate Professor of Classics and Religious Studies at the University of Iowa. He is a specialist in the literature and archaeology of Second Temple Judaism.
About the Series:
HOT TOPICS IN BIBLICAL ARCHAEOLOGY
For centuries, archaeologists have raided ancient tombs, explored caves, unearthed watercourses, sifted through rubble, measured skulls, romanced stones and reconstructed pots from tiny shards in their quest to unlock the riddles of biblical times.
In this series, eight distinguished biblical archaeologists will discuss their detective work: the questions they ask; the finds they’ve uncovered; the technology they employ that adds science to spades and brushes; their interpretation of evidence; their struggle against fake news, both ancient and modern; and the tightrope they walk between belief in the Bible and evidence.
Wednesday, October 21: Reconstructing the History of Ancient Israel: The Bible vs. Archaeology
Wednesday, October 28: Biblical Conundrums: From the Exodus to the Ten Lost Tribes
Wednesday, November 4: The Ancient Gender Gap: The Bible, Archaeology and Israelite Women
Wednesday, November 11: For Everything There Is a Season: Daily Life in Biblical Times
Wednesday, November 18: The Not-So Innocents Abroad
Wednesday, November 25: The Evidence of the Bible As History
This program is sponsored by The Streicker Family and Dr. Masha Mimran.
We are happy to offer these webinars free of charge in these challenging times and hope you enjoy them. Any contribution to support our efforts is appreciated.