Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Lesson 30: "Come to the House of the Lord" [.pdf] [.pub]

Some sources that might be useful:

From the Ensign:

  • Paul K. Browning, "Gathering Scattered Israel: Then and Now,"July 1998, 54.
  • Ross T. and Ruth R. Christensen, "Archeology Reveals Old Testament History: Digging for the Truth," Feb. 1974. 60.
  • David A. Garner, "Ancient Israel Under Siege," Sept. 1986, 32.
  • Charles A. Muldowney, "Hezekiah's Tunnel Vision," Sept. 2002, 30.

From elsewhere:

  • Faust, Avraham, “A Note of Hezekiah’s Tunnel and the Siloam Inscription.” The Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 90 (2000): 3-11.
  • Feldman, Louis H. "Josephus's Portrait of Hezekiah," Journal of Biblical Literature 111.4 (Winter 1992): 597-611,
  • Fried, Lisbeth S. "The High Places and the Reforms of Hezekiah and Josiah: An Archeological Investigation," Journal of the American Oriental Society 122.3 (July-Sept. 2002): 437-465.
  • "Jerusalem Tunnel Dates to King Hezekiah," Christian Century Oct 4, 2003: 16.
  • Reich, Ronny and Eli Shukron, "Reconsidering the Karstic Theory as an Explanation to the Cutting of Hezekiah's Tunnel in Jerusalem," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 325 (Feb. 2002): 73-78.

1 comment:

Cindy said...

Dear Wendy, your flyer this week was fabulous. It afforded me the ability to put this lesson into a format that the Saints here in Penang can benifit from. I brought 3 or 4 issues of Time magazine (all had maps and Bible phrases) and listed your comments about Hezekiah and Josiah's relevance. We were then able to go through the lesson and relate it to each of your listed "bullet" items, and then apply it to our lives today. We had a great lesson.