Daily Gleanings: Hebrews (12 September 2019)

According to the Times of Israel,

The earliest written use of the word “Hebrews” may have been found upon an inscribed Moabite altar discovered during ongoing excavations at the biblical site of Atarot (Khirbat Ataruz) in Jordan.

The article’s discussion revolves around both this inscription and the Mesha Stele.

HT: Jim Davila

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