By John C. H. Laughlin
Fifty Key Christian Thinkers presents either worthy details and stimulating debate at the lives and paintings of 50 of an important Christian theologians. Divided into 5 sections, it covers: Christian Beginnings, center a while, Reformation and its Aftermath, glossy Theology and the 20 th Century. It offers an summary of Christian theology from the emergence of the religion 2000 years in the past to the current day. one of the figures incorporated during this obtainable consultant are Paul, Aquinas, Ockham, Luther, Kierkegaard and Bonhoeffer.
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Further reading Arie, Kindler. ” BASOR 231 (1978): 51–55. Dothan, Moshe. ” IEJ 24 (1974): 44–49. ” BASOR 224 (1976): 1–48. ” IEJ 35 (1985): 81–94. ” ABD, Vol. 1. , NY: Doubleday, 1992: 50–53. Lehmann, Gunnar. ” SAIA. , Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2001: 65–112. Stern, Eliezer. ” Hadashot Arkeologiyot – Excavations and Surveys in Israel. 109 (1999): 10*–13*. 13 ACHZIV THE CITY OF CEMETERIES Another important Bronze Age town hardly mentioned in the Bible is Achziv (also spelled with a ‘b’: Achzib).
Moshkovitz. ” BASOR 254 (1984): 1–34. 29 AROER (IN JUDAH) WHERE DID DAVID REALLY GO? The name “Aroer” is thought to mean something like “crest of a mountain,” or even to refer to the “juniper” plant. Thus it is a common name in the Bible and refers to three or four different places, all but one located east of the Jordan River. This short chapter is concerned with the “Aroer” west of the Jordan which is a five acre site located in the northern Negev about 14 miles southeast of Beersheba (see Figure 6).
London: Colt Archaeological Institute, Monograph Series 2, 1964. ” BASOR 178 (1965): 23–40. –––– and M. B. Nicol. ” BASOR 183 (1966) 12–19. ” JBL 87 (1968): 312–320. ” BASOR 196 (1969): 2–16. ” BASOR 198 (1970): 7–31. –––– The Early Bronze Age Sanctuary at ˛Ai (et-Tell). London: Colt Archaeological Institute, 1972. –––– and Kermit Schoonover. ” BASOR 207 (1972): 41–53. –––– The Early Bronze Age Citadel and Lower City at ˛Ai (et-Tell): A Report of the Joint Archaeological Excavations to ˛Ai (et-Tell) 2.