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Title: Faith and reason : the case of the Bible and archaeology
Other Titles: Faraday Course Malta 2018
Authors: Frendo, Anthony J.
Keywords: Bible -- Antiquities
Bible -- History of Biblical events
Archaeology and history
Faith and reason
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Faraday Institute for Science and Religion [Cambridge, UK] & the University of Malta
Citation: Frendo, A. (2018). Faith and reason : the case of the Bible and archaeology. Faraday Course Malta 2018. Faraday Institute for Science and Religion [Cambridge, UK] & the University of Malta.
Abstract: Talk by Prof Anthony Frendo, during the first Faraday Course Malta on the 5th and 8th April 2018.
Link to Video: Open Access
Description: Prof Anthony J. Frendo is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London and Professor of Near Eastern Archaeology and the Hebrew Bible at the University of Malta where he is a member both of the Department of Oriental Studies as well as that of Classics and Archaeology. He is a one-time Head of both Departments (1999-2011 of the former, and 1996-1999 of the latter), and currently he is the Local Director of the Confucius Institute. His main interests are Biblical Archaeology, Classical Hebrew, North-West Semitic Inscriptions (especially Phoenician-Punic), and the Historiography of Ancient Israel. He holds degrees in Philosophy, Theology, Near Eastern Studies, Biblical Exegesis, and has a Ph.D. in Biblical Archaeology. He is the author of Pre-Exilic Israel, the Hebrew Bible, and Archaeology: integrating Text and Artefact published by T & T Clark International in 2011, as well as of numerous articles, reviews, and book chapters published in international refereed publications. Professor Frendo was a Visiting Scholar at Sede Boqer in the Negev, Israel, besides having been twice elected Visiting Scholar at Wolfson College, Oxford
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