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Contents

Vol. 106, No. 3   Summer 2009

Archaeology and Biblical Studies

 

First Words:

305  The Interface of Archaeology and biblical Studies: Does Archaeology Really Matter Anyway? By Joel F. Drinkard, Jr., retired Professor of Old Testament and Archaeology, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky, and Business Manager of Review & Expositor.

313  A Word From. . . . By Molly T. Marshall, President and Professor of Theology and Spiritual Formation, Central Baptist Theological Seminary, Shawnee, Kansas.

317  A Word About. . . Sensationalism that Sells...and Smells. By David M. May, Professor of New Testament, Central Baptist Theological Seminary, Shawnee, Kansas, and a member of the editorial board of Review & Expositor.

 

Thematic Words:

323  "To the god who is in Dan": the Archaeology and History of Biblical Dan. By John C.H.Laughlin, Professor of Religion and Chairman of the Department of Religion, Averett University, Danville, Virginia.

 

361 Urban City Planning in the Eighth Century: A Case Study of Recent Excavations at Tel Gezer (Reading Between the Lines: Uzziah’s Expansion and Tel Gezer). By Steven M. Ortiz, Associate Professor of Archaeology and Biblical Backgrounds and Director of the Charles C. Tandy Archaeology Museum, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas.

 

383 The Contribution of Archaeology to the Study of Women in Biblical Times: Two Case Studies. By Jennie R. Ebeling, Associate Professor of Archaeology and Chair of the Department of Archaeology and Art History,  University of Evansville, Evansville, Indiana.

 

399 Tombs, the New Testament, and the Archaeology of Religion. By James F. Strange, Distinguished Profesor of Religious Studies and Chairman of the Graduate Council, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.

 

421 Select Archaeological Discoveries from Transjordan with Significance for Biblical Studies. By Gerald L. Mattingly, Professor of Bible, Johnson Bible College, Knoxville, Tennessee.

 

445  Interpreting Revelation with Roman Coins: A Test Case, Revelation 6:9-11. By David M. May, Professor of New Testament, Central Baptist Theological Seminary, Shawnee, Kansas, and a member of the editorial board of Review & Expositor.

 

467  Coins and the New Testament: From Ancient Palestine to the Modern Pulpit. By Lawrence E. McKinney, a high school educator who works with special needs children in Kansas City, Missouri. He formerly taught Biblical backgrounds, languages and archaeology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and Central Baptist Theological Seminary.

 

 

Words About Recent Books:

493 Edited by Robert R. Ellis, Associate Dean and Phillips Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament, Logsdon Seminary, Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene, Texas.

 

Indexes:

519 Books Received   

        Books Reviewed

 

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