Archaeology and Biblical History

GUESTS: AMY DOCKSER MARCUS Author, The View from Nebo (Little, Brown & Co. April 2000) WILLIAM DEVER Professor of Near Eastern Archaeology & Anthropology. University of Arizona Passover is more than a pillar of Jewish tradition— in fact, the story of Moses leading his people out of bondage has inspired liberation movements for people of various nations and religions. But did it really happen just as the Old Testament tells us? Archeological evidence sometimes argues for a different interpretation. Join guest host Neal Conan to examine the often contentious relationship between archaeology and Biblical history.

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