Dr. Bryant Wood’s Lectures on Archaeology and the Conquest

Dr. Bryant G. Wood recently presented three lectures on “Archaeology and the Conquest: New Evidence on an Old Problem” for the 2012 William R. Rice Lecture Series. The lectures, and a fourth lecture on Old Testament Archaeological Discoveries, are available in MP3 here.

The four topics available for listening are:

  • Background and Chronology of the Exodus and Conquest.
  • Digging Up the Truth at Jericho.
  • The Discovery of Joshua’s Ai.
  • Great Archaeological Discoveries Related to the old Testament.

Wood is Director of Research at the Associates for Biblical Research, editor of Bible and Spade, and director of the Excavations at Khirbet el-Maqatir (suggested as a possible site for Biblical Ai).

Jericho's Outer Revetment Wall on South End of Tel es-Sultan. Photo by Ferrell Jenkins.

Jericho's Outer Revetment Wall on the South End of Tel es-Sultan. Recent archaeological work at Jericho indicates that mud brick had fallen on houses built against this wall. Wood believes that this evidence fits perfectly with the biblical record in Joshua. Photo by Ferrell Jenkins.

HT: Bible-X

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2 responses to “Dr. Bryant Wood’s Lectures on Archaeology and the Conquest

  1. Great links well worth listening to that factually refute blind anti-Old Testament and anti-Israel prejudice taught as “science.” I also commend his website, and especially the 50 minute video at the bottom of the lecture on “Dating Jericho’s Destruction: Bienkowski is Wrong on All Counts.” There’s nothing like seeing the evidence with your own eyes. thanks for posting them.

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