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About the Author
Fran Alpert received a B.A. in education and an M.S. in Classical archaeology from Oxford University. She is an educator, a licensed Israeli guide, and a lecturer known for her creative approach to the Land of Israel.
Table of ContentsList of Figures Acknowledgments Historical Time Periods according to the Bible Introduction 1. Archaeology-Biblical and Modern Archaeology 2. The Patriarchal Period 3. The Exodus-Leaving Egypt and Wandering in the Desert 4. The Emergence of the Israelite People 5. The Monarchy-Saul, David, and Solomon 6. The Divided Kingdom to the First Exile 7. The Period that Yielded the Bible-Hezekiah through Josiah 8. Redacting the Bible-The Babylonian Exile to Ezra 9. Educational Perspective-A Postscript Selected References
What People are Saying About This
[Their] inspired analysis . . . is based upon data obtained from modern archaeological research. . . . With evident affection and respect, the authors’ critical evaluation of what really happened is a fresh, exciting, new way to study the Bible.
[The Alperts’] expertise is drawn from many years of working and guiding in archeological excavations in Israel. . . . [This book] provides answers as well as the eternal questions with which we must wrestle.
[This book] offers general readers a new and empirically based look at the relationship between archaeology and the Hebrew Bible. Written in clear and accessible language, it engages the reader in a new conversation about a very important subject.