Charles L. Feinberg says, “It is appropriate to consider both the uses and abuses of archaeological research, for there are right and wrong uses of this discipline. It must never be forgotten that archaeology cannot and does not prove the doctrinal content of Scripture.” Why is this important to remember in a study of archaeology? How do you think archaeological research can be helpful when applied to biblical studies? How might it be “abused”?

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      Archaeological discoveries only confirm the historical accuracy of the Biblical narrative but do not convey the spiritual truths of the Scriptures as they are the Word of God.

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