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Dr. J Randall Price


Academic Degrees:
Th.M. in Hebrew and Semitic Languages from the Dallas Theological Seminary in Dallas, Texas, and Ph.D. in Middle Eastern and Asian Literature and Languages from the University of Texas at Austin. I have done post-graduate work in ancient history and archaeology at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem (1979-1980) and have been a part of archaeological teams conducting excavations at Tel Yin'am in the Galilee (Israel), Qumran (Israel), and have also performed ceramic analysis for the Tel Yin'am excavation at the Israeli Antiquities Authority in Jerusalem (Israel).

I have carefully examined the curriculum prepared by the National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools (NCBCPS) identified as Bible I and Bible II and consider said curriculum to be well-drafted and free of any denominational or sectarian Christian bias.


I further believe that said curriculum has the secular purpose and primary effect of acquainting students with early world history and culture, and familiarizing them with the Bible and its effects upon history, law, government, literature, art, music, and culture of the world in general, an particularly of western civilization and the United States. I know that the Bible contains much history and that this history is well presented in this NCBCPS curriculum.

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