Lipscomb University Launches Lanier Center for Archaeology

Founded by internationally renowned archaeology scholars Dr. Thomas Davis and Dr. Steven Ortiz, the Lanier Center for Archaeology brings globally recognized archaeological research to Lipscomb University, a nationally ranked research institution in Nashville, Tennessee. The Lanier Center for Archaeology plans to offer a Doctor of Philosophy in Archaeology of the Ancient Near East and a […]

The Place of destructive games of both the Israeli government and Hamas

In the Bible we can find a peaceful region which in our days has become very difficult to get a reasonable picture from. Worse than in Roman times it is now a place of indiscriminate assaults on civilian populations. Confined in the crowded, sandy coast enclave of 2 million, where poverty and unemployment hover around […]

Inauguration of the New Covenant

It has been pointed out that there are many parallels between the Law and the New Covenants. These extend to some particulars connected with the inaugurations of both. The first item of the Law was the Passover. The first item of the New Covenant is the antitype of this — “Christ, our Passover is sacrificed […]

The New Covenant with Israel

In the previous chapters we looked at the change from Old to New covenant and the Seed which was already spoken of in the Garden of Eden. We saw that God made a covenant with David, so that we could have “the sure mercies of David” (Psalm 89: 20-37; Isa. 55: 3 ; Acts 13: […]

The Atonement in Type and Antitype 1 Sacrifices and High Priests

The Divine Word, as already noted, expresses much of its teaching in symbolic language, such as parables and figuratively expressed prophecies. But, besides these, there is a deal of typical incident and arrangement intended to assist God’s people to a better understanding of His purposes. That is certain persons and companies of persons have been […]

Coins and artefacts along the Emperor’s Road to Jerusalem

Today there may be less Christian activity across the Middle East than at the beginning of this present time era but also today there the Christians still may have to face persecution. Archaeologists in Israel say that more than a third of the roughly 40,000 artefacts found in the country each year are linked in […]

Terborg-sjoel herbouwd in Mevo Choron

In de Lage Landen was het ook niet altijd makkelijk voor de gelovige gemeenschap die behoorde tot Gods Volk om aanvaard te worden door de plaatselijke bevolking. Zodra er een ernstige ziekte meerdere mensen aangreep zocht men een zondebok. Over geheel het Europese continent werden de Joden hiervoor makkelijk scheef aangekeken. In het stadje Terborg […]

Royal seal of King Hezekiah found near southern part of the wall surrounding Jerusalem’s Old City

It seems that Muslims are not pleased with the exhumations archaeologists made of an ancient discovery which is the first of its kind according to researchers. Much to the dismay of the Arab settlers, it proves Israel’s existence long before Palestine was even a thought. King Hezekiah ruled around 700 BCE and was described in […]

Torahgetrouwe Messiasbelijdende Joodse leraar onwetend over Niet-Trinitarische Christenen

Uit ons Multiply archief: Apr 30, ’11 Woensdag 6 april en Zaterdag 9 april kwam de Torahgetrouwe Messiasbelijdende Joodse leraar Uri Marcus naar de Immanuël Gemeente van het Levende Woord te Nederland. Uri Marcus kwam 40 jaar geleden in San Francisco tot geloof en emigreerde vervolgens in 1982 naar Israël om in navolging van de […]

Great things being heard and seen, sings of God

“32 For ask now of the days that are past, which were before thee, since the day that God created man upon the earth, and [ask] from the one side of heaven unto the other, whether there hath been [any such thing] as this great thing [is], or hath been heard like it? 33 Did […]

Écrit d’avance pour notre instruction

“23  Mais ce n’est pas à cause de lui seul qu’il est écrit que cela lui fut imputé ; 24 c’est encore à cause de nous, à qui cela sera imputé, à nous qui croyons en celui qui a ressuscité des morts Jésus notre Seigneur,” (Romains 4:23-24 LSG) “Or, tout ce qui a été écrit d’avance […]

L’ Éternel opérant des prodiges et des miracles

“32 Interroge les temps anciens qui t’ont précédé, depuis le jour où Dieu créa l’homme sur la terre, et d’une extrémité du ciel à l’autre : y eut-il jamais si grand événement, et a-t-on jamais ouï chose semblable ? 33 Fut-il jamais un peuple qui entendît la voix de Dieu parlant du milieu du feu, comme tu […]

Worte zuzuschreiben jeden Menschen geschrieben

“32 Denn frage doch nach den vorigen Tagen, die vor dir gewesen sind, von dem Tage an, da Gott den Menschen auf der Erde geschaffen hat, und von einem Ende des Himmels bis zum anderen Ende des Himmels, ob je eine solch große Sache geschehen, oder ob desgleichen gehört worden sei. 33 Hat je ein […]

Woorden neergeschreven ter toerekening van elke mens

“23  Het is niet geschreven om hem alleen dat het hem toegerekend werd, 24 nee, ook om ons aan wie het zal worden toegerekend als wij gelovig vertrouwen op hem die Jezus, onze Heer, heeft opgewekt uit de doden,” (Romeinen 4:23-24 NB) “Want al wat tevoren werd geschreven, werd geschreven om ons te onderrichten, opdat […]

Wonders gegeven vanaf oude tijden om God te leren kennen

“32 Ga de oude tijden maar na die u zijn voorafgegaan, vanaf de dag dat God mensen op de aarde schiep, kijk maar van het ene uiteinde van de hemel tot aan het andere: is er ooit zo iets groots gebeurd of is er ooit iets dergelijks gehoord? 33 Heeft een volk ooit een god […]

Creator and Blogger God 9 A Blog of a Book 3 Blog about Prophecy

Blog about Prophecy Prophecy is an important part of the Bible. God uses it for showing future events that will bring about His purpose. For example, He prophesied or predicted to Adam and Eve to show that sin would eventually be overcome, Likewise, He gave prophecy to Abraham to show that there would be one […]

Dead Sea Scrolls available at the Leon Levy Dead Sea Scrolls digitization project

Between the 2nd century bce and 2nd century ce the majority of the Dead Sea Scrolls were written. During this time, different Judean groups struggled to obtain and maintain political and religious leadership. As primary sources, the Dead Sea Scrolls shed light on these historical events and explore the ways that various Jews of the […]

Archaeology and the Bible researcher 4/4

Bibliography General Good general introductions to the aims and methods of archaeology are: Leonard Woolley, Digging Up the Past (1930); Sir Mortimer Wheeler, Archaeology from the Earth (1954); Grahame Clark, Archaeology and Society, 3rd rev. ed. (1957). History For the history of archaeology and its relation to the development of anthropology: W. F. Albright, The […]