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7th Annual Archaeology and the Bible Conference (Saturday, 10am - 4.30pm)

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Date of Event
14th April 2018
Last Booking Date for this Event
14th April 2018
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Description

7th Annual Archaeology and the Bible Conference: Archaeology of the New Testament and the Early Church.

In conjunction with Liverpool Ancient Worlds.

The New Testament, which outlines the ministry of Jesus and the growth of the Early Church, was copied by hand for nearly 1,500 years until the invention of printing in the 15th Century. How was the New Testament transmitted and is it possible to recover the original text? What is the relationship between the gospels and when were they written? Are early Christians visible in the archaeological record? Can we trust the historical details given in the New Testament? These are four questions that will be posed in this Day Conference.

Course Leader(s)

Dr Paul Lawrence (University of Liverpool)

Dr Dirk Jongkind (Tyndale House, Cambridge)

Emeritus Professor Alan Millard (University of Liverpool)

Dr Nick Lunn (Spurgeon's College)

Fee

£24 (this fee will rise to £29 after 31st December 2017).


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