By Dr. Johnson C. Philip
Bible and its message are thoroughly based upon historical past. occasions like temptation and fall in Eden, promise of a virgin-born savior, and the pain, crucifixion, and resurrection of the savior are foundational to the Christian faith.
This is a multi- quantity paintings, and this quantity deals an "introduction" to Biblical Archeology. It doesn't checklist or describe discoveries, so that it will come merely in a destiny quantity.
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Within this group the professionally trained ones would enjoy material ranging from the popular to the highly technical. The untrained Christian, in spite of his interest, can become discouraged with material that is too technical. So he must be given resources that range from popular to semi technical. Once properly equipped, these people will become good resource-persons for helping others. Within the Christian community one will also find certain people who are not at all serious about apologetic issues.
This might be because of his inner rebellion, gradual deviation from earlier commitment, or unwillingness for any serious commitment. He wants to be labeled a Christian, but does not wish to make choices that make him one. Thus he keeps pretending to be serious and committed, but cleverly brushes aside every question and argument that demand an honest response from him. Christian apologists should avoid exhausting their collection of information on these people. Rather, they should present just one or two solid historical data and repeatedly try to bring these people back to these point, so as to elicit some define, howsoever feeble, response from them.
For each solid proof he will have two or more excuses. Thus it is futile to invest too much time on him. Rather than pouring out all the available proof on him, it would be better to confront him with one solid proof at a time, answering his objection, and pressing him not to evade the issue at hand. These people can tax even the most experienced apologist because one dishonest opponent is often worse than two are honest enemies are. The serious anarchist is a person who does not want to accept the Bible, come what may, and is therefore well prepared to reject even the best evidence.
Archeology And The Christian (Biblical Archeology) by Dr. Johnson C. Philip