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What Do We Know About the Bible?
Aired 4/17/2003

Recently an Israeli antiquities collector revealed the existence of a stone artifact inscribed with the words "James, son of Joseph, brother of Jesus." The discovery set off a storm of controversy among archeologists, historians, and biblical scholars. What is science - once the scourge of religion - now telling us about the people and culture of Biblical times? Can the Bible serve as both a book of religious faith as well as historical facts?
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  Eric Meyers
    Duke University
  Hershel Shanks
    Biblical Archaeology Review

Originally Aired: 11/21/2002

   
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21st Century Science, Part Two
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