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Re: Marx and Shakespeare
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.1570  Wednesday, 23 August 2000.

From:           Marilyn Bonomi <
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Date:           Tuesday, 22 Aug 2000 09:42:07 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: 11.1558 Re: Marx and Shakespeare
Comment:        Re: SHK 11.1558 Re: Marx and Shakespeare

>Archeology in that area was conducted as a search for physical
>remains
>that correspond to the biblical accounts-- but none of the purported
>"finds" stands up to scrutiny. Truth is interpretive potency, not
>"fact".
>
> Geralyn Horton, Playwright

May I direct the attention of those interested in such subjects to _The
Biblical Archeology Review_ which is *not* a religious but rather a
scientific journal, albeit there are many reactions to the articles
founded on religious beliefs... the arguments in the letters columns
become quite heated.

Recent archeological digs conducted by highly reputable scientists have
in fact found evidences of many previously doubtful historical elements
in biblical literature.

Marilyn Bonomi
 

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