Archaeological headlines often tantalize as much as they mislead. But how can anyone who is not a specialist really know just what the evidence is or what it means? This is why I wanted to interview Craig Evans about his new book Jesus and His World: The Archaeological Evidence. How can we discern good archaeology [...]
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Craig Evans’ new book Jesus and His World: The Archaeological Evidence (WJK, 2012) is a very welcome, provocative, and sober assessment of how archaeology sheds light on the life of Christ. Eschewing the hype so often associated with archaeology, Evans seeks to provide clarification about what has been discovered while specifically pointing out what these discoveries can and can’t tell us [...]