The Book of Judges is filled with wonderful stories that come to life in this teaching. This is the period of the Iron Age, and archaeology has helped bring this early time of Israel's history into sharper focus. For each story, you can also apply the message to your life today. This is part 4 of a 4-part series.
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|Intro to Biblical Archaeology, Part 1: The Drama of Biblical Archaeology||Dr. George Sparks|
|Intro to Biblical Archaeology, Part 2: Middle Bronze Age||Dr. George Sparks|
|Intro to Biblical Archaeology, Part 3: Late Bronze Age||Dr. George Sparks|
|Intro to Biblical Archaeology, Part 4: The Iron Age||Dr. George Sparks|
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What does Philistine mean?Correct
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