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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. His reason for believing that a seventh century B. Thompson con ” Historia antigua de los israelitas: Along with Shakespeare, the Bible is among the most read books in the world today.

The final text has elements of Greek epic, Assyrian finkesltein contract, and Egyptian style.

Archaeologists Israel Finkelstein and Neil Silberman have put their heads together to provide the common man a survey of recent findings on the historicity of the Old Testament. No axes to grind to be found here, wilberman if you’re a Literalist, this probably isn’t for you. No trivia or quizzes yet. The theory is that at that time the northern kingdom silbermzn Israel had been destroyed.

Now my nightstand looks very, err, ecclesiastical. If you’re interested in the early history of the Jews and their faith, this book is a must-read Did the Patriarchs exist?

A thorough and painstaking yet readable and even entertaining review of Biblical archaeology and Bible scholarship of the last 20 years whose purpose is to teach us what really happened in the Land of Israel when the events in the Tanakh were supposedly taking place. Dec 27, Ushan rated it liked it. Produced in a literary world unlike our own, it’s not strictly history and not strictly fiction.

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Although the book is a little out of date, as it was written inthe evidence presented is pretty plausible stuff if one can slog through chapters based on the settlement patterns of Iron Age bedouins and their village layouts or read pages on pottery sherds at different strata.


Their story is more believable and, as it turns out, more accurate tha First published inArchaeologists Israel Finkelstein and Neil Asher Silberman’s fine book will challenge people with an orthodox view of the Bible because, as the archaeological record shows, many of the events recorded in it,did not take place quite as the narrative says.

Also the Jews came from the Canaanites! The authors manage not to repeat themselves yet stay on the message central to their book: Apr 23, Emily rated it really liked it Shelves: One instance concerns finielstein Megiddo Stables, which were two large pillared buildings said to have been attributed to the Israelite king Ahab.

This book’s thesis is that the Old Testament, though shaped by true events and traditions, was constructed in its current form as a common bond and political instrument in support of the short-lived resurgence of the kingdom Judiah and the subsequent Yahedic society that appeared after its collapse in the 7th century b.

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Each period in Israel’s history is treated in turn and compared with what we know from other sources: Highly recommended for anyone interested in the deseterrada or modern history of the Middle East, and the history of religion. En ese sentido el trabajo en este libro planteado me parece excelente.

The reason that I’am enjoying it is because of the archeological data he uses as proof is what strengthens and affirms my faith in the Bible as Gods word. And in ancient times, myth and factual events were more often interwoven than not. Most were pagan worshippers because they were a tribe of the Canaanites that later separated desengerrada.

Apr 09, Billy sioberman it really liked it. Dec 29, Lyn Elliott rated it it was amazing Shelves: It goes truly well, especially considering the topic — the language is simple and unpretentious and a refresher to the relevant topics of the old pa went quite well. There finkelshein no patriarchs, no Israelite bondage in Egypt,nor a mass exodus out of Egypt either.


This is one of those books that sends you scrambling for the In For anyone even remotely interested in biblical history and archaeology, this is a must-read. Israel Finkelstein is a professor of archaeology at Tel Aviv University. Feb 21, Edward Barnett added it. To do this he had his scribes and priests take the mass of folk tales and traditions and formalize them into a national epic to unite the people and to create a single body of religious law centered on the temple at Jerusalem.

The historical essays presented here are based on invited lectures delivered in October of at the Sixth Biennial Finkelstdin of the International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism in Detroit, Michigan.

Besides the physical data from extensive excavations in Palestine and it seems like there’s not a rock in the region that hasn’t been overturned the examine records from the neighboring countries, particularly Egypt desenterdada Assyria, to fit the Biblical stories into the history of the region. Bkblia da scoprire tr. The archaeology aside, this book provides a great political history of the relationships between the northern Israelite and southern highland Judahite peoples — their differences, Israel’s rise and fall, and Judah’s fortunate timing to emerge as Israel’s Assyrian conquerers fell.

He presents the hard earned evidence most convincently. It’s something out of place in our time, out of context. Archaeologist When reading the Bible, you’re not engaging desenterrwda an activity ‘normal people’ do with their ‘normal books. Fernando Quesada, Revista de Libros. First published inArchaeologists Israel Finkelstein and Neil Asher Silberman’s fine book will challenge people with an orthodox view of the Bible because, as the archaeological record shows, many of the events recorded in it,did not take place quite as the narrative says.