Archaeology and Torah - Dr. Lia Aiken

Episode 18 March 08, 2021 00:56:03
Archaeology and Torah - Dr. Lia Aiken
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Archaeology and Torah - Dr. Lia Aiken
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Often the Torah description of events, timing and location can vary greatly from that of historical reports and discussion. How can these differing views be reconciled? How is one to know or understand what actually happened when such vastly different perspectives are presented from academics vs. the rabbis? Join us as we discuss some incredible insights, hints and explanations from Biblical times and how it helps reveal just what happened in our past.

This lecture took place at the 10th annual National Jewish Retreat. For more information and to register for the next retreat, visit: Jretreat.com.

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