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One-on-One with Peyton Jones on "Reaching the Unreached: Becoming Raiders of the Lost Art"
"I think that every believer has this hidden yet reluctant adventurer inside of them."
Can you tell us what you find inspiring about Indiana Jones? Peyton: Indiana has an unassuming day job. Glasses, bow ties, archeology (before it was cool).
What Happens when Churches Read TogetherSubscriber Access Only
We need to read the Bible, certainly—but also history, literature, current events, and everything else under the sun.
heaven (Col. 1:20). Reading works in theology, biblical studies, history, and archeology can help us better understand and interpret Scripture. Our calling
Now Kazakhstan Christians Can Prove Their Faith Isn't Foreign
Archaeologists discover that Christianity existed along Silk Road long before the Russians arrived.
Archaeologists discover that Christianity existed along Silk Road long before the Russians arrived.
Why Some Churches Put a Price on VBSSubscriber Access Only
Charge nothing and overbooked families don’t show; charge too much and you price-out the people you’re trying to reach.
This summer, First Presbyterian Church of Orlando put on an archeology-themed study of Joseph called “The Big Dig.” Because the program was developed in-house, organizers spent
Pagan Trash Or Provocative Treasure?Subscriber Access Only
The History Channel’s 'Vikings' series has stirred debate among Christians.
the subject. We just have to be willing to embrace their curiosity.” He writes that the series is sparking more research in Viking archeology. For example
We Are Not Enough in Awe of GodSubscriber Access Only
Why Eric Metaxas encourages a greater openness to miracles in everyday life.
This is like doing archeology: You say, here is the urn, I found the urn. It's not an urn in my mind, it's an actual urn. It is real. You realize this is not subjective reality, but objective reality.
Evangelical Seminary Explains Why It Enrolled First Muslim StudentSubscriber Access Only
(UPDATED) Unusual decision draws scrutiny at one of largest Southern Baptist schools.
"He accepted the necessity of abiding by our moral code of conduct. He is a man of peace, and we agreed to admit him into the archeology [sic] program.".
Has Biblical Archaeology's 'Gold Rush' Found King David's Palace?Subscriber Access Only
(UPDATED) Ruins at Khirbet Qeiyafa are largest-known buildings in ancient Judah.
(UPDATED) Ruins at Khirbet Qeiyafa are largest- known buildings in ancient Judah.
Closer than Ever to the Breath of GodSubscriber Access Only
Why Protestants are especially fascinated with the Dead Sea Scrolls.
I had come to look at the Scrolls, and here I was wading knee deep through the ancient archeology. There is a method in the exhibit's madness, of course.
How the Early Church Made Peace with ProsperitySubscriber Access Only
As the early church grew in wealth and stature, it displaced existing Roman models of caring for the poor.
for insight and evidence. He examines texts, of course, but he pays close attention to architecture and archeology and late Roman art. He paints a colorful
Sensation Before Scholarship: Gospel Fragment Tantalizes ExpertsSubscriber Access Only
Previous forgeries make announcements of new archeological discoveries difficult to believe.
Copyright © 2012 Christianity Today. Click for reprint information. Related Elsewhere: Previous Christianity Today stories on biblical archeology include:
Scholars Aim to Bust Archaeological FantasiesSubscriber Access Only
Peer review can take years—but academic society says some claims can be dismissed in a few blog posts.
(Mar. 27, 2012). Archeology's Rebel: Bible in One Hand, Spade in the Other | Eilat Mazar is unafraid to claim archaeological finds of biblical proportions. (November 11, 2011).
My Top 5 Books On ArchaeologySubscriber Access Only
Picks from Craig A. Evans, author of the forthcoming 'Jesus and His World.'
Archeology's Rebel: Bible in One Hand, Spade in the Other | Eilat Mazar is unafraid to claim archaeological finds of biblical proportions. (November 11, 2011).
Archaeology's Rebel: Bible in One Hand, Spade in the Other Subscriber Access Only
Eilat Mazar is unafraid to claim archaeological finds of biblical proportions.
controversy. (March 12, 2008). The Search for Biblical History | What do we do if archeology contradicts the word of God? (CT LiveBlog, January 21, 2008).
Archaeology in Turkey: Major Finds in Asia MinorSubscriber Access Only
But researchers say Turkish government is shutting them out.
controversy. (March 12, 2008). The Search for Biblical History | What do we do if archeology contradicts the word of God? (CT LiveBlog, January 21, 2008).
April Fools Day Tweets
from LifeWay is forthcoming later today. Important archeology news: "The Lost Tweets of Jesus" found: http://is.gd/b9OQO. I'm weary of dialogue about
Doomsday at the CineplexSubscriber Access Only
A new blockbuster says the world will end on Dec. 21, 2012. But pastors and scholars say hold the phone, and seek the signs in Scripture instead.
"It's been Hollywood-ized," says Eleanor Harrison-Buck, a Mayan expert and an assistant professor of archeology at the University of New Hampshire.
In Search of Jesus' Foreskin and Other RelicsSubscriber Access Only
Some items on my summer reading list.
relics in particular. But since my last blog post on relics, the most interesting related item I've read was a report in Archeology. UCLA anthropologist Charles
Finding God in a BoxSubscriber Access Only
Have archaeological discoveries like the James ossuary served or obscured the quest to verify the Bible?
reinforcing biblical narrative. No question—archeology has an allure for believers, promising as it does to bring the world of the Bible to life. Touring the
Hindu Mob Attacks Pastor, U.S. Missionary, and OthersSubscriber Access Only
Presbyterians may call first-ever Special Assembly, former AG suggests Jesus was a terrorist, and other stories from online sources around the world
Archeology digs routed by threat of war | Planning for the summer season of excavations in the Middle East is in disarray as archeologists assess the risks (The Globe & Mail, Toronto).
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The Three Horizons of Old Testament Prophecy
The Three Horizons of Old Testament Prophecy
The prophets launch their words into the future. Where do they land?
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