Archaeology of Biblical Lands

Rule #15 – Opinions Change, the Word Remains

02 November 2016

In a small dusty cave on the shores of the Dead Sea, two young Bedouin boys found one of the most remarkable archaeological finds of the twentieth century, the Dead Sea Scrolls. The Dead Sea Scrolls are the oldest scrolls of the Bible ever found. It is a miracle in itself that they have survived…

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Rule #51 – God is Eternal, Memory Fades

09 August 2016

In 1997 MasterCard launched series of adverts that played on the idea of creating memories. It struck a chord with the community because memories are priceless once you have them you have them for life, or at least that is what the advertisers would want us to believe. In fact, the opposite is true; most…

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Rule #52 – Don’t Confuse an Oasis with 5 Star Hotel

09 June 2016

En Gedi is a beautiful desert oasis located in the wilderness region of Israel. Its beautiful, cool, fresh, clear waters flow from the cliff tops into the Dead Sea. In the middle of summer the wilderness region around the Dead Sea rises to over 45 degrees every day. En Gedi is an oasis the midst…

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Change your view of the Bible
from black & white to colour!

08 April 2016

Israel 2016 Archaeology of Biblical Lands with Dr Brendan Roach On the ground in Israel from 18th September to 2nd October Unit of study available to BA, Grad Dip and MA students Tourists are welcome to join. Information Night on Monday, 2nd May Victoria: 1 Keith Campbell Crt, Scoresby 7.30pm Queensland: 2 Meike Crt, Burleigh Heads…

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