"The only NEW FACTS about the Bible and the Biblical world are coming from the ground." - William Dever

A weekly news and interview program focusing on the latest discoveries and developments in Biblical Archaeology,
hosted by Gordon Govier, biblical archaeology correspondent for Christianity Today magazine and editor of ARTIFAX magazine.

LISTEN NOW TO THIS WEEK'S PROGRAM!:: #1592 - "Remembering Menahem Mansoor" with Keith Schoville

Some of our recent programs:
"A Week in the Fall of Jerusalem" - Ben Witherington #1590 - part 1||#1591 - part 2
"Three Stones Make a Wall" - Eric Cline #1584 - part 1||#1585 - part 2 ||#1586 - part 3
"Canaanite DNA and the 4-Room House" - Cynthia Shafer-Elliott #1582 - part 1||#1583 - part 2
"Gezer's Tenth and Final Season" - Steve Ortiz #1580 - part 1||#1581 - part 2
"Shroud of Turin Research" - Scott Stripling #1579
"Shiloh Excavation Resumes 2017" - Scott Stripling #1577 - part 1||#1578 - part 2
"The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Bible" - Peter Flint #1574 - part 1||#1575 - part 2
"The Dead Sea Scrolls @70" - Sidnie White Crawford #1572 - part 1||#1573 - part 2
"The Amarna Letters Today" - Alice Mandell #1567 - part 1||#1568 - part 2
"Jesus & the Remains of His Day" - Craig Evans #1555 - part 1||#1556 - part 2 ||#1557 - part 3
"Reading Carbonized Scrolls" - Brent Seales 2016 #1545 || 2017 #1554
"Exodus and the Priests of Amun" - Charles Aling #1524, part 1 || #1525, part 2

Featured video:
One of the highlights of our 2018 TB&TS tour will be the Siloam Tunnel in Jerusalem, also known as Hezekiah's Tunnel,
described in this video by archaeologist Ronnie Reich, a past guest on our program.

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Program History:

produced since 1983 in Madison,Wisconsin,
where Gordon Govier was for many years an
award-winning radio news director.
...Dr. Keith Schoville, professor emeritus

at the University of Wisconsin, was co-host
of the program for 30 years, and
retired from the program in 2013. He
taught Biblical Archaeology in the Dept.
of Hebrew and Semitic Studies, was the
author of the textbook BIBLICAL
a past president of the Near East
Archaeological Society.
...Over the past 30+ years, THE BOOK &

THE SPADE has talked with nearly
300 archaeologists and Bible scholars
about their work in the field, and visited
many of these sites on our BOOK & THE
SPADE tours. Listeners have gained new
understanding of how Biblical research is
done and realized anew Archaeology is
"the only source of new facts about the
Bible and the Biblical world."

THE BOOK & THE SPADE is available
by subscription, at $30/year,
with CD's containing the latest five programs
mailed on roughly a monthly basis.

For more information contact The Book & The Spade.


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