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Who is the intended audience? (children, older adults, people from a specific religious background, etc.) – Who are some of the “talking heads” in the video? Are they mostly biblical scholars, religious leaders, archaeologists? – Is the intent of the video to challenge popular western understandings of biblical events OR confirm them?
Meaning, does the video focus more on providing balance between biblical text and archaeological finds OR does it use archaeology to “prove” that events described in the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament actually happened? – In your opinion, how useful is this video to students and others interested in learning about the archaeology of the southern Levant in the Iron Age?
Who is the target market? (children, the elderly, those with a certain religious background, and so on.) – Who are some of the video’s “talking heads”? Are biblical scholars, religious leaders, and archaeologists the majority? – Is the video’s goal to contradict or support popular western interpretations of biblical events?
Does the film employ archaeology to “prove” that events depicted in the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament actually happened, or does it focus more on giving balance between biblical text and archaeological finds? – How useful do you think this video is for students and those interested in learning about Iron Age archaeology in the southern Levant?