#1614

2018-04-24

The New ESV Archaeology Study Bible, part 2

With John Currid

The new ESV Archaeology Study Bible, published by Crossway, joins the NIV Archaeology Study Bible published about a dozen years ago by Zondervan. In these two programs we talk with one of the main editors, John Currid, of Reformed Theological Seminary, about how the project came together, what's unique about this particular volume, and about some of his own archaeological experiences along the north shore of the Sea of Galilee, and along the Mediterranean Coast at ancient Carthage.

tags: Bethsaida Study Bible Carthage

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#1613

2018-04-17

The New ESV Archaeology Study Bible

With John Currid

The new ESV Archaeology Study Bible, published by Crossway, joins the NIV Archaeology Study Bible published about a dozen years ago by Zondervan. In these two programs we talk with one of the main editors, John Currid, of Reformed Theological Seminary, about how the project came together, what's unique about this particular volume, and about some of his own archaeological experiences along the north shore of the Sea of Galilee, and along the Mediterranean Coast at ancient Carthage.

tags: Bethsaida Study Bible Carthage

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#1371

2013-02-27

Echo at Omrit

With Prof. Daniel Schowalter

Intriguingly, the gospels do not say that Jesus and His disciples went to Caesarea Philippi, but rather the region of Caesarea Philippi. So this Herodian temple being excavated by Carthage College professor Dan Schowalter and his colleagues, just three miles from modern Banias (Caesarea Philippi), is just close enough to squeeze into that story. What has been found at Omrit is quite interesting, including an inscription which mentions the nymph Echo. Professor Schowalter returns to The Book & The Spade to bring us up-to-date on the latest developments, on this excavation which just gets more and more interesting.

tags: Temple Caesarea Philippi Omrit Banias Dan Herod Echo Pan

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