In Search of Faith: An Examination of Biblical Archaeology

By Michel Demyen.

Published by The Humanities Collection

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The Old Testament, Quran, Pentateuch, whatever the title, is filled with mysterious and inspiring words that provide people around the world with hope. These documents describe the adventures of kings, pharaohs, and the daily existence of people and cultures thousands of years old. Is it the need of humans to believe in hope that has archaeologists using ancient archaeological sites as prove of the contents within the Bible? Or are the contents proof of ancient cultures for archaeologists? Was it money, politics and fame that drove early explorers to prove the Bible is accurate? And finally, can faith and science ever prove the existence of one or the other?

Keywords: Biblical, Archaeology, Ancient, Society, Religion

International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp.13-18. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 534.989KB).

Michel Demyen

Editorial Coordinator, Pacific Institute in Mathematical Sciences, University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

I have a BA in Anthropology from the University of Victoria and am currently pursing a MSc in Forensic Science from the University of Florida. For five year I was an international teacher of English and Humanities in S. Korea, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Oman and the Bahamas. I’ve been a Research Assistant for Coast Under Stress, a five year project between the University of Victoria and Memorial University of New Foundland. I was also TESL Global Manager for Vancouver Island, organized and conducted seminars on teaching overseas. For two years I was the owner of Gypsy Quill Publications, a small publishing company responsible for translating manuscripts.


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