Biblical Period Abraham EzraThe book is surprisingly short. Albright does a good job of incorporating the archeological data into biblical studies, correcting critical scholarship at some places while agreeing with it in others. His approach is not as conservative as K.A. Kitchen – who gives less credence to critical scholarship where there is no hard data. Yet, it lays the groundwork for the approach of his student John Bright, who is widely heralded by conservatives.

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