In this volume, Anthony J. Frendo argues that archaeological evidence should be taken into account when approaching the Bible to attain a more reliable reconstruction of the Scripture of ancient Israel. Illustrations are taken from the history of pre-exilic Israel and the importance of studying text with artifact is demonstrated through a detailed case study about the location of the house of Rahab as depicted in Joshua 2:15.
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. . . Overall, [the author] has produced an excellent primer for those interested in approaching the study of early Israel. [This book may] provide both an excellent entry point for those seeking to enter the debate as well as fuel for further research.