Biblical Archaeology Review is a bi-monthly magazine whose aim is to connect the more academic study of archaeology to a more general audience. Its focus examines the archaeological record and ongoing excavations that sheds light on the word of the Bible.
In particular this leads it to focus on the near and middle-east which holds the greatest wealth of Biblical treasure troves just waiting to be uncovered. History lurks buried within the sands, and Biblical Archaeology Review is the first stop for those with a thirst to know the true history of the world and how it and Biblical scripture are intertwined.
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In today’s public, and sometimes fractious, religious debate which often gets denigrated to mere sound bites, it is reassuring to find a publication dedicated to rigorous study that find ways to bring typically more academic pursuits to the general public the way Biblical Archaeology Review does. One introductory article for new readers notes the important synergies between scripture and study: ‘Just as the text provides a spiritual time-bridge, so archaeology provides an artifactual space-bridge. It brings us together. We are all heirs to this timeless, spaceless culture, striving to understand’. In this way, the magazine serves as a gateway into the truths of the world exemplified in scripture, but also discovered through uncovering artefacts of our collective history.
Suited for both the dedicated amateur biblical scholar, and those with an interest in uncovering the links between the great texts of our age and their relation to true history, Biblical Archaeology Review is a real gem hidden in plain sight. Packed full of interviews and correspondences with all the cutting edge biblical researchers, alongside relevant advertisements for those who may be considering taking their interest a step further, this magazine could not be more highly recommended for all people with an interest in biblical history and archaeology in general.