This fascinating collection of lectures from our 18th Bible and Archaeology Fest brings together the best teachers from the worlds of archaeology and Biblical studies to explain the most recent research in these fields.
Stunning photos, illustrative slides, and helpful maps and plans will engage and inform you.
Biblical Excavations Part 1
- Are All Psalms Prayers?
Marc Brettler, Brandeis University
- Where Did Jesus Meet Mary Magdalene?
James Charlesworth, Princeton Theological Seminary
- Did the Early Christians Forget Jesus?
Bart Ehrman, University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill
- The Apostle Paul & the Schools of Tyrannos
Mark Fairchild, Huntington University
- Angels: The Bible & Beyond
Mary Joan Winn Leith, Stonehill College
- Report from Philistine Gath
Aren Maeir, Bar-Ilan University
- Enochian Judaism: An Ancient Vision That Took Over
James Tabor, University of North Carolina–Charlotte
- Two Inscriptions & a Text: Paul in Aegean Turkey
Mark Wilson, Asia Minor Research Center
Biblical Excavations Part 2
- Shifting Orientations of Roman Galilee
Rami Arav, University of Nebraska at Omaha
- Wine, Feasting and Frescoes: A Canaanite Palace at Tel Kabri
Eric Cline, The George Washington University
- Go to Galilee…Archaeology as a Basis for Matthew’s Gospel
Aaron Gale, University of West Virginia
- Who Was the Beloved Disciple?
Mark Goodacre, Duke University
- Akhenaten, Moses & Monotheism
James Hoffmeier, Trinity International University
- Ruth: King David’s Moabite Great-Grandmother
Bezalel Porten, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
- Social Identity of the Earliest Christians
Ben Witherington III, Asbury Theological Seminary
- Gnostic Care of the Soul (Bonus Lecture)
April DeConick, Rice University