The Archaeology of Earliest Christianity: The First Hundred Years

A Preliminary and Expanding Bibliography and Reading List

I am beginning to upload all sorts of new materials and resources to my blog–publications, documents, resources, maps, photos, links, and so forth. Here is the first of several between now and the end of the year. I want to share more and more with my readers, who are keen and avid “consumers” of “all things Biblical.” If you say “STOP” I will do so, but until then, enjoy!

Like many of you I love bibliographies–especially those that are properly sourced and referenced. The problem is they can be endless. Yesterday I finished my advanced undergraduate/graduate course “The Archaeology of Earliest Christianity” and all semester I have been adding to and compiling further bibliography to assist students in doing their final research papers. Since this is the third time I have taught this course over the years, including an advanced 6000 level graduate seminar back in 2014 that kicked things off, the core materials on the bibliography have expanded considerably.

I don’t know if you have ever explored the drop-down menus at the top of my Blog, when you are open to any page, including the one called Academics. If you click on it you will see a new entry: The Archaeology of Early Christianity. And you will find there an emerging every expanding bibliography that I thought might interest many of you, including lots of materials I have hyperlinked and uploaded. Over the semester break I will add at least 50 more entries, many with hyperlinks. Check it out and enjoy! Here is the direct link: The Archaeology of the Earliest Jesus Movement



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