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Add Byrant G. Wood and Kenneth Kitchen info on reliability of the Old testament

There is some great Bryant G. Wood info on the internet [1] and I think some of it could be shared here.

Here is some archaeologists material which might want to be added:

Kenneth Kitchen is a Bible scholar and biblical archaeologist who advocates a high view of the Old Testament and its historicity (See his work entitled On the Reliability of the Old Testament (2003)).[2]

Kenneth Kitchen has raised some serious objections to the documentary hypothesis [3][4][5][6][7].

Kenneth Kitchen Biblical Archeological Review articles:

Kenneth A. Kitchen, How We Know When Solomon Ruled, BAR 27:05, Sep/Oct 2001

Kenneth A. Kitchen, The Desert Tabernacle, BAR 16:06, Dec 2000

Kenneth A. Kitchen, The Patriarchal Age: Myth or History?, BAR 21:02, Mar/Apr 1995

Kenneth A. Kitchen, Where Did Solomon’s Gold Go?, BAR 15:03, May/Jun 1989

Kenneth A. Kitchen, Shishak’s Military Campaign in Israel Confirmed, BAR 15:03, May/Jun 1989

I realize that Biblical Archaeological review can be quite skeptical of the Bible in many of its articles but the above are conservative articles par excellence.

Creationist 03:09, 19 December 2005 (GMT)creationist

Also consider adding this thread's info

I created some Bible archaeology info on the net that I think others will appreciate. [8]

Creationist 03:12, 19 December 2005 (GMT)creationist

Fine by me if you want to work on this page. It needs some significant development.

I've also created a page for the Biblical archaeology quotes. Biblical archaeology quotes --Chris Ashcraft 03:43, 20 December 2005 (GMT)

King Davids Palace

The reference needs updating. --Tony 03:54, 24 August 2008 (UTC)

Hurts the Case

Ron Wyatt is pseudo-archaeology. --Anaccuratesource (talk) 20:21, 1 July 2018 (EDT)