Archaeology and the New Testament /

by Unger, Merrill Frederick,
Published by : Zondervan Pub. House, (Grand Rapids :) Physical details: 353 p. : illus., maps. ; 23 cm. Year: 1962
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A companion volume to Archaeology and the Old Testament.

The role of archaeology in the study of the New Testament --
From Alexander the Great to Herod the Great : the foundations of New Testament political and cultural history --
Palestine and the Roman world at the time of Christ --
The Dead Sea scrolls and the ministry of John and Jesus --
Places where Jesus walked and worked in Judaea and the Jordan Valley --
Places where Jesus walked and worked in northern and central Palestine --
Christianity is born and extends beyond Judaea --
Antioch, the birthplace of Christian missions --
The cities of Paul's first missionary tour --
Christianity prepared for world-wide proclamation --
The churches of Macedonia --
The gospel and the glory of ancient Greece --
Tribulations and triumphs in Ephesus --
Gospel progress and the cities of the Lycus Valley --
Gospel progress in other cities of proconsular Asia --
Paul's last journey to Jerusalem and the end of his third missionary tour --
Paul the prisoner of Rome --
Archaeology and the New Testament as literature.

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