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Category Archives: Bible in British Museum
The Bible in the British Museum Welcome to Room 6 of the British Museum! This picture appears to be taken at a time when the Museum was not open, with the Black Obelisk moved to where it could be in … Continue reading
I’ve been writing on Isaiah’s prophecy of Cyrus the Great, the Persian emperor who God used to restore the Jews to the Promised Land. In Isaiah chapters 40-48, there are a series of prophecies which would not have been understood … Continue reading
My “Bible in the British Museum” series (series summary here) has a lot of links to the British Museum website. Whenever I have used one of their pictures the picture itself is a link to their site, as well as … Continue reading
We weigh the story we think the stones are telling us by the Book, not the other way around. Continue reading
The truth of the Bible remains, as it always has been, a question of faith. Continue reading
The Samarian ivories show the connection between ivory and idolatry in Ahab’s Israel. Continue reading