The Nephilim

First of all, I should say that Peter Gentry does not mention or refer to Michael Heiser’s idea that the core thematic message of the bible is contained in Gen. 6.1-4. Peter Gentry’s exegesis, analysis, and solution seek to address this difficult text more by scripture witness than the speculative ideas of Michael Heiser. When I first heard about Heiser’s ideas about giants (Nephilim), I … Continue reading The Nephilim

Sergius Paulus: An Archaeological Biography — Bible Archaeology Report

In our series of bioarchaeographies, we’ve been using archaeology to tell the life story of biblical figures. So far we’ve studied King Hezekiah, Pontius Pilate, Nebuchadnezzar, Gallio, and Tiglath-Pileser III. With each of these biblical characters, we’ve seen direct archaeological evidence that affirms their historicity as well as specific details in Scripture. Sometimes in archaeology, […] via Sergius Paulus: An Archaeological Biography — Bible Archaeology Report Continue reading Sergius Paulus: An Archaeological Biography — Bible Archaeology Report