Tag Archives: Archaeology

Why I search … God Inspired Hard Texts

There is a question that I run into all the time. Sometimes it is asked explicitly: “Aren’t you asking too much of believers; doesn’t the plain truth of scripture make knowing all this archaeological and historical material unnecessary?” Sometimes it’s not so explicit. Sometimes it’s a quiet nod followed by a  “Hmm … that’s interesting […]

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Brothers, everyone is part of the priesthood

 am so thankful for a handful of authors and theologians who ministered to me, through no knowledge of their own, at the beginning stages of my career in Biblical Archaeology. One such author was John Piper, who’s short essays in Brothers, We are not Professionals both challenged and encouraged me as I began my studies. […]

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Why I Search … The numbers prove I should.

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love the biblical text! Really I should say text[s] because, though the bible carries the authoritative voice of one God in our lives, that voice comes through a number of different languages, in a number of different places, at a number of different times, by a number of different individuals. Nearly three quarters of a […]

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If you’re standing in a crossroads … Stay Put!

Have you found yourself in a busy crossroads? Not a crossroads of choice, where you have to decide which way to go, but the crossroads of a community. One in which you stand out for your ideas or even your faith. Feeling vulnerable? If so, you may want to take a lesson from God’s redemptive […]

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New study group Sundays starting July 1st through August

I am thrilled to announce that I will leading a new Study Group every Sunday morning in July and August at Harvest Bible Chapel, Naperville which is FREE and open to the public.   When: Every Sunday 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM, from 07/01/2012 to 08/27/2012 Where: Harvest Bible Chapel, Naperville – 1st Floor (Prayer […]

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Ashkelon Volumes 1 and 2 for FREE!

Though this may make for a rather mundane initial post, it seems fitting given that part of BiblicalRemains.com’s mission is to make resources dealing with the Ancient Near East available to ministries and individuals. As such, I am happy to pass along the news that you can now download the first two published volumes of […]

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