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Announcing the 13th annual Bible and Archaeology Fest in Atlanta
The Biblical Archaeology Society announces the 13th annual Bible and Archaeology Fest in Atlanta Georgia where 20 scholars will present the latest research on topics such as early Christianity, Gnostic scholarship, the Hebrew Bible, and more.
Open to the public, this 3-day Bible and Archaeology Fest program will feature 20 of the most distinguished scholars from around the world covering topics from the Hebrew Bible, the New Testament and the latest archaeological discoveries. They will address such issues as: Can a true history of Israel really be written? How do Biblical traditions align with archaeological reality? How did the ancient Israelites make the transition from paganism to monotheism? The answers to these questions and many more will be presented at the Biblical Archaeology Society’s 13th annual Bible and Archaeology Fest.
Renowned speakers such at James Charlesworth of Princeton Theological Seminary, Bart Ehrman of the University of North Carolina, Mark Goodacre of Duke University, Craig Evans of Acadia Divinity College, Ben Witherington III of Asbury Theological Seminary and many more will be presenting participants with their latest research.
The Bible and Archaeology Fest program also includes a plenary session, during which eminent scholar Amihai Mazar of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem will present Beth Shean: Biblical Traditions and Archaeological Reality. The final evening will feature a banquet and question-and-
Included in the Bible and Archaeology Fest program fee are all lectures, the plenary session, continental breakfasts, refreshment breaks, a final banquet and Continuing Education units.
Full details of the conference and the scheduled lectures, which are to be held at the Westin Peachtree Plaza in Atlanta, can be viewed at www.biblicalarchaeology.org/
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The Biblical Archaeology Society (BAS) was founded in 1974 as a nonprofit, nondenominational, educational organization dedicated to the dissemination of information about archaeology in the Bible lands.