Behold Your God

The world is about to focus on this one city.

The late Prof. Benjamin Mazar was sometimes called the “dean of biblical archaeologists.” When he visited an archaeological excavation in Israel, he carried a Bible with him and referenced the scriptures that related to that site. His granddaughter, the late Dr. Eilat Mazar, also became an archaeologist. She fondly recalled how he would ask her, “What’s new in the excavation?” If she said there was nothing new, he would ask the same question again, prodding her to engage in fresh, new thinking every single day. She learned from him to excavate, think; excavate, think.

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