The phrase “the Holy Land,” evokes many thoughts and images from God’s Word, Jesus’ life, and our own Christian history. Nineteenth-century archaeological expeditions and surveys were fascinating to Western Christians who had grown up on the Bible and the Crusades, but hadn’t ever been able to explore the sacred ground itself. Archaeological and Theological Studies of Jerusalem brings this exciting historical period to life with narratives of travel and exploration, theological discussions, and archaeological discoveries, enhanced by hundreds of illustrations.
In this collection, heroes of exploration like Sir Charles Warren and Sir Charles William Wilson offer their travel stories, influential German philosopher Moses Mendelssohn expounds upon the plight of the Jews, and George Williams takes you on a historical and topographical tour of the Holy City. Over 4,500 pages of text and illustrations offer insights from a variety of perspectives, including those from topographers, linguists, architects, missionaries, and more. This collection is an excellent resource for Bible scholars searching for a comprehensive context of the Holy Land.
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