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Ninth-century B.C. inscription adds new dimension to Biblical account of Mesha’s rebellion
F. A. Klein was an Anglican minister, born in Alsace, who came to the Holy Land as a medical missionary in the mid-1800s. Although he lived in Jerusalem, he traveled widely on both sides of the Jordan, seeking to relieve pain and win converts...
Biblical Archaeology Review, May/June 1986
Reverend MacLennan and Dean Kraabel have performed a real service by questioning the view, so commonly held, that in antiquity there was a large class of gentiles, the so-called God-...
Biblical Archaeology Review, September/October 1986