We Hear You -- By: Editors

Journal: Bible and Spade (Second Run)
Volume: BSPADE 25:1 (Winter 2012)
Article: We Hear You
Author: Editors

We Hear You


Wants To Become A Biblical Archaeologist

“My name is Casey and I’ve always been interested in archaeology. I want to go into the field of biblical archaeology. I was hoping that you could tell me how to get started, what colleges to go to, what courses to take, everything that you can tell me would be good. God bless.”


Editor’s Note: Those interested in finding out more about becoming a biblical archaeologist may go to our website and read the article, “So You Want to be An Archaeologist?” The ABR staff is always available to help answer questions for those interested in getting involved in this fascinating field of study.

A Comment On Henry Smith’s Article, Failed Resuscitations

“Mr. Smith, for some time now I have wanted to thank you for publishing ‘Failed Resuscitations’; I do not think that I have ever read an article that expressed so many of my same thoughts. The only major disagreement that I can remember regards how to resolve the ecclesiastical crisis that we face today: I am fully convinced that we should not look to the Confessions for guidance on carrying out our reforms...this would be turning to the commandment of men which Isaiah rebukes us for in Is. 29:13–14. I am fully convinced that we should look solely to our Sacred Writings for this guidance...I admire your uncommon conscientiousness, fervency, and courage in publishing the article. Keep up the good work and the good fight that needs to be done and fought.”


A Comment On Gary Byers’ Article, The Biblical Cities Of Tyre And Sidon

“I was reading Isaiah 23 & 24 this morning and knew a little of Tyre/Sidon but thanks to your site I now know much of these two cities in God’s plan. You have greatly blessed me with your scholarship. May God bless you and keep you in all you do for His kingdom.”


A Question About The Gap Theory

“Do you have anything printed on what is referred to as ‘The Gap Theory,’ that is Genesis 1:1 represents a first creation, something happened, and Genesis 1:2 represents something like a second creation? Thank you for all of you excellent and helpful stuff!”


Editor’s note: There is a good article on our website that engages with this issue: http://www.biblearchaeology.org/post/2009/08/30/Christians-in-the-Public-Square-How-Far-Should-Evangelicals-Go-in-the-Creation-Evolution-Debate.aspx

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