Thank you so much for joining us as we encountered the ancient world of the bible in its own place and time. Please click the blue button above to take the Participant Survey and help me improve “In the Valley of Elah” for future classes.
I hope and pray that you found that studying the bible in this way can enliven the text and drastically impact our walk in faith.
Below you will find a number of resources for additional engagement.
Resources for similar study:
If you’re interested in approaching the bible with a greater awareness of the cultural, historical, and archaeological backgrounds I would love to suggest a number of resources for doing so. You can find them in the post below:
Below are a number of posts which relate to many of the topics we discussed in class. You may find them helpful for further study and reflection.
Check back each week for additional resources …
- Do Ancient Near-Eastern Studies Cause a Crisis for Biblical Faith – Part 1
- Do ANE Studies Cause a Crisis for Biblical Faith – Part 2: Elijah’s Crisis of Faith
- Do ANE Studies Cause a Crisis for Biblica Faith – Part 3: Worldy Text and Transcendent God
- When We Doubt – The Wilderness Between our Moutnaintop Experiences
Jesus – Living Water:
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