Interview with Historical Site Investigative Archaeologist Scott Stripling
Did you know many of the Bible’s historic sites continue to be discovered today? One of these locations is Shiloh, the location where the Jewish tabernacle, including the Ark of the Covenant, rested for 400 years.
In this episode, archaeologist Scott Stripling, Provost of The Bible Seminary in Katy, Texas, shares about his exciting investigation of this historic site in Israel. Further, he evens offers ways you can become involved as a volunteer—including hands-on digging in the land of the Bible.
Through his research, Stripling helps validate some of the many historical facts found in Scripture. These excavations help strengthen our faith and help us better share it with others. In addition, his book The Trowel and the Truth offers further details to show how the facts of archaeology enhance our faith. You’ll be encouraged and equipped in exciting new ways through this episode of A View from the Wall.
Podcast on Soundcloud at https://soundcloud.com/iamawatchman/01-26-20-with-scott-stripling.
Learn more about Scott Stripling at https://biblearchaeology.org/staffabr/4279-scott-stripling.
Discover how you can volunteer in archaeology at http://digshiloh.com.
More information on research at Shiloh at https://biblearchaeology.org/shiloh-excavations.
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