Archeology refutes the Bible

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Edited by Kirsten Mittelsteiner | updated: 08/30/2018 02:21 am
In 1955 Werner Keller's world bestseller appeared “And the Bible is right. Researchers prove the historical truth ”. In the more than 60 years since then, archeology in the Holy Land has become an indispensable tool for the proper interpretation of biblical texts. In a three-part lecture series entitled "And the Bible is (not) right - archaeological finds and the Holy Scriptures", Siegfried Bergler, lecturer at the University of Bamberg, will be at Martin for the first time on Thursday, January 18, from 7.30 to 9 pm -Luther-Haus present examples of places and finds using text and images that on the one hand confirm the representation of the Bible, on the other hand refute it or modify or specify it. From the context of the New Testament we can talk about the "wedding at Cana" or the death of King Herod, about the supposed tomb of Jesus in Jerusalem and finally about the myth of the rock fortress Masada. The picture shows an excavated sacrificial shrine of the Canaanites on the hill of ruins of the biblical city of Megiddo. The following evenings on Thursday, February 15 and March 15, at 7.30 p.m., in the Martin Luther House.
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