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About David E. Graves PhD

I am a Canadian with my Ph.D. from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. I am an Assistant Professor with Liberty University Online, School of Divinity. I am also a field supervisor at the Tall el-Hammam (Sodom?) excavations in Jordan and on the board of directors of the Near East Archaeological Society (NEAS). I am also an associate member of the Associates for Biblical Research and publish articles in various archaeology journals. I have written several books on theology and archaeology available through Amazon.com and published through my company Electronic Christian Media.

Positions

June 2009 Present Assistant Professor, Liberty University ‐ School of Divinity
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Research Interests

Biblical Archaeology, Book of Revelation, Ecclesiology, Sodom, Local reference & historical cultural setting, Ancient Near Eastern vassal treaties, Covenantal lawsuit and structure, Apocalyptic literature, Seven churches, Imperial Cult, Roman Water Systems, Mt Ararat Research, Middle Bronze age Archaeology, Roman Archaeology, and Iron Age four roomed houses

Courses

  • THEO 201 Theology Survey I
  • BIBL 450 Daniel-Revelation
  • BIBL 471 Introduction to Biblical Archaeology

Education

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May 2002May 2008 PhD, University of Aberdeen
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Books (10)

Archaeology (10)

Commentary (1)

Articles (12)