Hezekiah & Archaeology

Hezekiah & Archaeology

I continue to love the ways biblical archaeology confirms the historical authenticity of the Bible!  A few weeks ago, a seal impression bearing the name of King Hezekiah was found in the Ophel area of the excavations just south of the Temple in Jerusalem.  It’s...
March 2015 Tour – Days 1 & 2

March 2015 Tour – Days 1 & 2

DAYS 1 & 2 – SATURDAY/SUNDAY, MARCH 14-15 Our departure day finally came.  With the majority of the group meeting at JFK Airport in NY, our flight took a little over 10 hours to the Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv.  We arrived around 5:30 p.m.  After going through...

The Wild Flowers of Israel

To an archaeologist, there is beauty in beholding a perfecting preserved stone wall from the Old Testament period. To a historical geography student, scanning the valleys and ridges of various regions captures the beauty of a passage of the Bible.  Seeing an Israeli...

The Amazing Country of Israel

Israel is the land of the Bible.  The land provides the context for the stories of the Scriptures.  It is in this land where the “Israel of the ancient past” comes alive in indescribable ways.  To walk where people like Abraham, David, Isaiah, Jeremiah,...

February 2015 Tour – Day 1 – Feb 1

DEPARTURE DATE HAS ARRIVED! Today we take off for Israel, again.  A total of almost 80 people depart from either the Philadelphia Airport or Dulles Airport.  Of these, I welcome a group comprised of various churches around the country, plus a few churches from the...

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