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Biblical Archaeology Audio Podcast with Jerusalem Jones AKA Dr. Kenneth Hanson.The Land of Israel is not just the “Holy Land.” It’s an archaeological mine field, full of contentious debates and controversies that touch the core of faith and identity, across religious and cultural divides. The Bible itself is at stake, along with the events it describes, from Abraham the patriarch, to Moses, to King David, to the days of the Roman empire and beyond. How much is what we might call “history,” a ...
 
Let's Get Biblical Q&A"on TeNak Talk with Host Wil'liam Hall. TeNaK Talk is a LIVE video Broadcast Our goal is to have guest speakers who will be able to interact with the viewers and listeners, mostly on a Q&A format. We also have guest teachers and Authors to discuss their Books and or testimonies. All speakers are TaNaKh teachers only and will discuss topics ranging from the Hebrew Scriptures to the Christian New Testament.
 
Conservative Christians are trying to protect the faith. Progressive Christians want to reimagine it. Meanwhile, our culture is moving beyond it. Who’s right? After stepping down this summer from a prominent conservative church, ex-pastor Drew Sokol finds himself in the middle and seeks answers to questions like: Does traditional faith still make sense in a progressing world? What’s God’s real intent for sexuality and marriage? And how do I follow a God I’m not always sure is real?
 
Let's Get Biblical Audio Series with Rabbi Tovia Singer Listen Online or Download this Fascinating 24 part Audio Series for Free Listen to Rabbi Tovia Singer’s Complete 24-part Let’s Get Biblical! Rabbi Tovia Singer takes his audience on an extraordinary, eye-opening journey through the Bible, illuminating the fundamental reasons why Judaism does not accept the Christian messiah.
 
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Digging Up Masada #14 Along the western shore of the Dead Sea, amid the vast and unforgiving wilderness of Judea, we find a precipitous plateau, isolated by millions of years of erosion that turned it into an impregnable fortress. The Hebrew word for “fortress” is Masada, by which it is still called to this day. Its greatest claim to fame derives f…
 
Digging Up Jesus #13 Let’s have a look at some things you might not know about how archaeology weighs in on the historical Jesus, whose real name in Hebrew was Yeshua… Just think. If Indiana Jones could search for the Holy Grail, what do you suppose we can come up with? From Bethlehem to Nazareth to Jerusalem, we’ve got it all covered……
 
Digging Up Herod #12 When we consider the archaeological sites across Israel today, none are more impressive than the remains of ancient structures built by King Herod the Great. With the aid of his Roman allies, Herod conquered the land of Israel, including Jerusalem, and established himself as king in the year 37 B.C.E. Herod has been described a…
 
Digging Up Qumran (Episode 11) During the early 1950s the riddle of the Dead Sea Scrolls takes a new turn. Father Roland de Vaux, under the supervision of the Jordanian government, organizes a major excavation of the site of Khirbet Qumran. As the diggers meticulously remove the rubble, an entire ancient settlement begins to appear. The amazing thi…
 
Digging Up the Dead Sea Scrolls (Episode 10) ) The world changes -- silently and without fanfare -- on a particular summer day in 1947. A goat belonging to a Bedouin flock wanders off among the multiple caves that dot the desert hillsides. Young Muhammed Adh-Dhib is a Bedouin lad, responsible for tending these goats, and it should come as no surpri…
 
Digging Up Beit She'an (Episode 9) It's time to shine a spotlight on one of the most important sites in all of biblical archaeology. It's the Galilean city of Beit She’an, which had important strategic value across multiple historical epochs. This ancient and classical hellenistic city fell into a long slumber, which only the spade of the archaeolo…
 
Digging Up the Two Kingdoms (Episode 8) One of the most famous of all biblical sites, Megiddo, features prominently in the battle for Solomon, for if Solomon where everything he was made out to be, we would expect to find important traces of his kingdom at this ancient city. But while traditionalists insist that we have such evidence, our minimalis…
 
Digging Up Solomon (Episode 7) We might go as far as to say that the real history of Israel as a kingdom begins not with King Saul or even King David (the extent of whose kingdom is still very much in debate), but with Solomon, who (for better or for worse) solidified what had been a tribal confederacy into a true monarchy. As with David, the natur…
 
Digging Up David (Episode 6) Israel's first great king, whose praises are chanted in the streets of the holy city even to this day, is also the focus of another conflict, this one between competing scholarly camps in the ever changing field of biblical archaeology. As we look for evidence of King David, we need to take a look at “underground Jerusa…
 
Digging Up the Judges (Episode 5) As Late Bronze Age culture collapsed, culturally inferior settlements arose in place of the earlier ones. That's just what we would expect to find if semi-nomadic tribes were in the process of settling down, and it seems rather consistent with the biblical conquest narrative and subsequent period of the Israelite s…
 
Digging Up Canaan (Episode 4) There’s more archaeology being undertaken in Israel and its territories today than in any other location on earth. And yet, the origins of biblical Israel are as murky as ever. Where did the Israelites come from? And when did the Israelites as a people come into existence? Can the biblical record be read as historical,…
 
Digging Up Jericho (Episode 3) Can archaeologists with spade in hand verify the biblical version of the conquest of the land of Canaan by the great ancient Israelite commander, Joshua? That at least was the goal of many of the pioneers of biblical archaeology. There are endless debates, and after thousands of years it looks like the battle for Jeri…
 
Digging Up Moses (Episode 2) Can archaeologists with spade in hand verify the biblical version of the conquest of the land of Canaan by the great ancient Israelites commander, Joshua? That at least with the goal of many of the pioneers of biblical archaeology. There are endless debates, and after thousands of years it looks like the battle for Jeri…
 
The Battle for Abraham #1 Can the science of archaeology confirm the earliest stories of the Bible? Can we prove that Abraham existed? What about Moses? Were Israelites ever Egypt at all? These are just a few of the questions addressed in Episode One of this new series on biblical archaeology. Let's have a look at the “founders” of biblical archaeo…
 
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