Biblical Archaeology with Professor Ted Wright
By Misty Callahan
I’ve always been in love with ancient history. In fact, it was through researching history that I came to realize that the Gospels were in fact, eyewitness accounts. So it was my pleasure to catch up with Epic Archaeology‘s Professor Ted Wright to discuss why he decided to specialize in biblical archaeology, what Christian apologists should know, and what historical finds are waiting on the horizon.
What initially sparked your interest in the field of anthropology and archaeology? What was it that drew you to the discipline of biblical archaeology?
Great question! My interest in archaeology and anthropology probably originated when I was younger. I was very involved in the Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts growing up, and our scout leaders often took us to historical sites and Civil War battlefields. I had a very active imagination as a kid, and I would often wonder what it must have been like to have been in these places at that time. My childlike wonder and fascination with the past are still with me today. I became interested in pursuing a career in Biblical archaeology several years ago when…