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Covering everything from history to prophecy, this book is both a resource to those interested in the science of archaeology and a witness to Christianity through the practice of the science. Conversational enough to engage the mildly curious yet packed with a mountain of resources and information for the voracious reader, The Stones Cry Out will excite, intrigue and challenge the next generation of Christians and archaeologists.
Number of Pages: 300
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 1997
|Dimensions: 8 X 5.3 X 1 (inches)|
Unwrapping the Pharaohs: How Egyptian Archaeology Confirms the Biblical Timeline--Book and DVDJohn Ashton, David DownMaster Books / 2006 / Hardcover$25.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 7 Reviews
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Were Sodom and Gomorrah real cities, and were they really destroyed in catastrophic firestorms? Can we respond to the historians who have long claimed that King David was only a mythical figure? Is there archaeological evidence for Jesus’ historical existence here on earth?
In recent excavation, archaeologists have unearthed both surprising and substantial answers to these questions and others. Pottery shards, stone inscriptions, ancient scrolls, and other fascinating artifacts have shed new light on the people and events of the Biblebringing them from the realm of mystery to the world of fact.
Discover what new archaeological finds have to tell us about Israel’s journey to the promised land, the fall of Jericho’s walks, the ark of the covenant, the kings and prophets of Israel, the Assyrian and Babylonian invasions, the Dead Sea Scrolls, the time and people of Jesus, and more. Includes testimonies and interviews from leading archaeologists and exciting pictures featuring the latest finds made in the lands of the Bible.
The Stones Cry Out will give you a new appreciation for both the world and the Word of the Bible!
Randall Price (Th.M. Old Testament and Semitic Languages, and Ph.D. Middle Eastern Studies) has lived in Jerusalem and done graduate studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. As president of World of the Bible Ministries, he lectures worldwide on Bible prophecy and directs tours in the Bible lands. He is the author of Unholy War, Fast Facts on the Middle East Conflict, and Secrets of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
alwaysreadingAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5RemarkableJune 7, 2015alwaysreadingAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Originally published in 1997, The Stones Cry out continues to be a good selling book. What once was only available to a select few today more and more Christians are finding archeology a fascinating subject to validate the truth of the bible. Things that for centuries, people have taken for faith because they believe that what God said is true, now are finding actual proof for what the bible says.
Although the first few chapters of this book are dry and hard to get through because it gives mostly background of the archeology field, once he begins to get into the actual discoveries, thats where the book really takes off.
Some of the things that the author covers are:
Sodom and Gomorrah,
Joshua and Jericho
This book is a great book for anyone and I would definitely recommend this book.
Kathy Harper4 Stars Out Of 5May 25, 2011Kathy HarperQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4I think that more and more Archaeology is proving that the
Bible is true and this book is amazing when it comes to some
of the digs from the old testament and new testament. It
is a must read for anyone interested in Archaeology of the
Timothy Mills5 Stars Out Of 5April 20, 2002Timothy MillsThe Stones Cry Out is worth every penny of the purchase price. This is an excellent resource for preachers and SS teachers. The author treats difficult and complex issues in understandable ways, which are easily incorporated into sermon or lesson materials. Here I found confirmation of items I had heard rumored, confirmation of crucifixion methods, Caiaphas' ossuary, the Capernaum synagogue, and more. Any worthwhile book must have good indices & appendices, and this volume does not disappoint in this crucial matter.