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BIBLICAL
ARCHAEOLOGY

The Biblical Archaeology Study Group of Tyndale Fellowship exists to promote evangelical scholarship in the field of biblical archaeology.

Chair

Tyndale Fellowship Study Groups Conference 2023

Wednesday 5 - Friday 7 July 2023

HIGH LEIGH CONFERENCE CENTRE, UK

Wednesday
 
16.00-18.00
  • Introduction

  • Mark D. Janzen (Lipscomb University, USA) 'Merneptah’s Celebratory Program at Karnak Temple Following His Campaign in Western Asia'

  • Tom Davis (Lipscomb University, USA) 'New Discoveries at a 25th Dynasty Temple at Nuri, Sudan, the Burial Site of Taharqa'


Thursday
 
9.30-10.30
  • Ralph K. Hawkins (Averett University, USA) 'The Jordan Valley Excavation Project: Retrospects and Prospects'


11.00-12.30
  • Alan Millard (University of Liverpool, UK) 'Where Did the God of Israel Come from?'

  • George Heath-Whyte (Tyndale House, Cambridge, UK) 'Bel Bows Down, Nebo Stoops: Prophetic Polemic and the Problem of Static Statues in Assyria and Babylonia'


15.00-16.30
  • H. H. Hardy II (Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, USA) 'Jonah’s Journey into the Afterlife'

  • Johannes Dams (Philipps Universität Marburg, Germany) 'The Judean Onomasticon in Cuneiform Sources and Ezra/Nehemiah'
     

20.00-21.30

  • Tyndale Fellowship Lecture in Biblical Archaeology: J. Caleb Howard (Tyndale House, Cambridge), 'Personal Names and Old Testament Research: What We Know and What We Want to Know'

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