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  • Red Haired Archaeologist Digs Israel


    Travel Israel-past and present-to learn about its people and its God with Harvard-trained biblical archaeologist, whimsical storyteller, and sunscreen advocate Amanda Hope Haley.

    Despite what’s seen in the Indiana Jones movies, archaeology isn’t a fast-paced quest to recover legendary objects lost to time. Scholar and writer Amanda Hope Haley’s digs in Israel have been dusty, rigorous, and objective hunts for clues that reveal the world as it existed when the Bible was written.

    In The Red-Haired Archaeologist Digs Israel, Amanda travels the lands of the Bible-a trowel in one hand and a camera in the other. Discover with her how Christians can…
    *use archaeological finds to better understand Israel’s history
    *shed a Western mindset and read the Bible in its original context
    *comprehend today’s religious conflicts in the Holy Land

    For anyone curious about Israel of the past and the present, The Red-Haired Archaeologist Digs Israel investigates the historical and modern contexts we need to understand both the Bible and God’s people, and features photos from Amanda’s archaeological digs. This two-week trip through the country, which begins as a search for the meanings of ancient Scripture, just might end with a clearer perception of our current neighbors and how Jesus would have us love them today. Continue Reading Red Haired Archaeologist Digs Israel

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  • Case For Biblical Archaeology


    For many today, history holds little application to modern existence, and so we are both biblically and historically uninformed. Biblical archaeology-the systematic study of the material remains of human behavior in biblical history-provides a helpful corrective on those two fronts. In this full-color handbook, archaeologist and professor John D. Currid shows how his field of study plays its part in restoring our understanding of ancient life and events.

    With the aid of photographs, maps, charts, and study questions, you will
    * gain overview of the geography of the land of the Bible;
    * take a tour through archaeological sites throughout the land;
    * learn about discoveries in agriculture, architecture, ceramics, burial practices, and more. Continue Reading Case For Biblical Archaeology

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  • Unearthing The Bible


    Who first recorded the creation of the world? What tools did people use in Bible times? When did the Israelites arrive and settle in Canaan? Where exactly did Paul travel throughout his ministry?

    The Bible is the most popular book in the world, yet there are many questions people ask as they seek evidence of its veracity. For truth seekers in search of physical evidence relating to the history of the world and the origin of faith, archaeology provides a rich treasure trove pointing toward the answers they seek.

    In Unearthing the Bible, Dr. Titus M. Kennedy presents 101 objects from more than 50 museums, private collections, and archaeological sites, to offer strong and compelling evidence for the historical accuracy of Scripture.

    Follow along the chronology of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation, with artifacts from the Mesopotamian tablets that record creation to graffiti found in the House of Peter. Examine inscriptions, coins, scarabs, tablets, papyri, stelae, reliefs, statues, altars, jewelry, weapons, tools, and pottery through vivid color photography. And learn how these artifacts not only demonstrate the historical reliability of the Bible but illuminate the ancient context for a more accurate understanding of God’s Word. Continue Reading Unearthing The Bible

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  • Phoebe : A Story


    Sometime around 56 AD, the apostle Paul wrote to the church in Rome. He entrusted this letter to Phoebe, whom he describes as the deacon of the church at Cenchreae and a patron of many. But who was this remarkable woman?

    Biblical scholar and popular author and speaker Paula Gooder imagines Phoebe’s story?who she was, the life she lived, and her first-century faith?and in doing so opens up Paul’s world, giving a sense of the cultural and historical pressures that shaped his thinking and the faith of the early church. Rigorously researched, this is a book for anyone who wants to engage more deeply and imaginatively with Paul’s theology. Continue Reading Phoebe : A Story

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  • Searching For Noahs Ark


    Join the Quest to Find Noah’s Ark

    Noah’s Ark played a leading role in the book of Genesis, but after safely carrying its passengers through the flood, the ark disappears from the pages of the Bible. What happened to it?

    Join Dr. John Morris on the adventure to find the ark on the icy slopes of Mt. Aratat, where Genesis says it came to rest after many months of violent storm. You will learn…
    *how the existence of the ark offers evidence of creation
    *what the flood and ark can teach you about God’s character
    *how to respond to claims that the story of the flood is just a myth

    Chronicling more than 45 years of personal accounts and offering geological, historical, and biblical evidence, Searching for Noah’s Ark will inspire you to take confidence in the Bible’s historical accounts and its trustworthiness to us today. Continue Reading Searching For Noahs Ark

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  • Evidence For The Bible


    Archaeology is like looking through a window into the past. By uncovering the remains of buildings and household bits and pieces of previous civilizations we learn who the people were and when and how they lived.

    In this book, these once darkened windows are dusted and made clear, helping us discover archaeological finds that confirm or illustrate the biblical account. The authors’ purpose was to prove a reliable summary of the up-to-date positions in layment’s terms, with added reference books suggested for deeper study into the various subjects addressed. Continue Reading Evidence For The Bible

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  • Jerusalem A Carta Map


    Jerusalem: Biblical Archaeology is a detailed and colorful map designed especially for tourists that elegantly displays all the archaeological sites one may visit in and around Jerusalem. This treasure trove of information was developed in collaboration with the Israel Antiquities Authority and contains the most up-to-date available archaeological data.

    More than just a map, it also contains additional information about Jerusalem’s most precious archaeological sites, such as Mount Zion, the Mount of Olives, the Kidron Valley, the Ben Hinnom Valley, the Via Dolorosa, and the vitally important water aqueducts that permitted the ancient city of Jerusalem to flourish.

    Jerusalem: Biblical Archaeology also boasts:
    * An enlarged map of the historic Old City of Jerusalem.
    * A guide to Jerusalem’s ramparts and Old City walls.
    * Photographs of exciting finds retrieved from Jerusalem’s past.
    * Sites from many different time periods, including the biblical and pre-biblical, New Testament and Roman, Second Temple and Hasmonean, Byzantine, Crusader, medieval, and Islamic eras.
    * Holy sites.

    Jerusalem: Biblical Archaeology is a powerful witness to the centrality of Jerusalem in the world’s most widely read book-the Holy Bible-and by extension, in the history of Western Civilization. A must have for anyone interested in the fascinating history of this holy city! Continue Reading Jerusalem A Carta Map

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  • Jerusalem City Of The Great King


    This volume, the second of four in The Carta New Testament Atlas series, presents the latest advances in the history and archaeology of Jerusalem. The last fifty years in particular have seen significantly increased efforts to discover the city’s past. New finds every year render what is previously written almost out of date before the ink is dry. With an acknowledgement of this reality, together with a recognition that much of the Old City of Jerusalem remains inaccessible to archaeological investigation, the present work lays its shoulder to the challenge.

    The author, in bringing together this mosaic of evidence, examines the results of recent archaeological investigations and understands them in light of a careful reading of the ancient literary witnesses (biblical and extra-biblical). Notley pays attention to the nuances of language that inform us in the Greek and Hebrew accounts. This is no simple task, and it falls precisely at the juncture of history, philology, and archaeology. To deny the voice of one discipline over the others can leave us short of a clear understanding of history and its topographical details.

    Profusely illustrated, this is one more tour de force by renowned author R. Steven Notley, a scholar at the cutting edge of New Testament research. Continue Reading Jerusalem City Of The Great King

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  • In The Masters Steps


    This volume, the first of four in The Carta New Testament Atlas, is about recent advances in history, geography, toponomy, and archaeology, the tools necessary to shed fresh light on the Gospels. The hope is that a better understanding of the physical setting and events that framed the life of Jesus can assist us to hear more clearly the message he proclaimed. Continue Reading In The Masters Steps

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  • Pilgrims New Guide To The Holy Land (Reprinted)


    SKU (ISBN): 9780814659557Stephen DoyleBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 1999Publisher: Liturgical Press Print On Demand Product

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