With Craig Evans
More on Jesus and the archaeology that illumines his three year ministry, including more on what may be his family home in Israel, the ossuaries that are known (suspected at least) of his contemporaries, and one archaeologist whose attempt to connect a tomb to Jesus went way off base.
With Prof. Thomas Oden
The apostle Mark is mentioned by most of the NT writers, but not a lot is known otherwise. However, prof. Oden has found North African sources have a lot of information on Mark that has gone largely ignored or discounted. (part one)
With Prof. Keith Schoville
Moammar Gaddafi's hometown of Syrte is mentioned in the Book of Acts. The apostle Mark probably came from the Libyan city of Cyrene. Some of the most beautiful Roman ruins in the world are locataed at Leptis Magna, near Tripoli. These are all discussed on this program.