Dr. Gabriel Barkay is a distinguished archaeologist in Israel whose significant discoveries include the silver amulets from Ketef Hinnom. His current project is sifting the debris from the Temple Mount.
Barkay is lecturing this month in various places in the U.S.
Feb. 1 New Rochelle, NY—Beth El Synagogue
Feb. 4-7 Dallas, TX—Dallas Theological Seminary
Feb. 5 Fort Worth, TX—Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary 7pm
Feb. 8 Lubbock, TX—Lubbock Christian University, 7 pm
Feb. 9-10 Ashland, OH—Ashland Theological Seminary
Feb. 11 Silver Spring, MD—Jewish Center, 2:00pm
Feb. 12 Wheaton, IL
Feb. 13 Milwaukee, WI
Feb. 14 Madison, WI
Feb. 15-16 Springfield, MO—Missouri State University
Feb. 20 Atlanta, GA—Atlanta Museum, Emory University
Feb. 22 Southern California—UCLA and UC Riverside, 9:00 AM and 6:00 PM
Feb. 27 Nyack, NY—Alliance Theological Seminary, 6:30-9 p.m
If you have never heard Barkay speak, you can see a short sample taken by a student on a recent tour here. Of course, he’s better in person.
HT: Yehuda News
Update (2/10): The entry for Feb 15 was corrected and the lecture for Feb. 27 added.
3 thoughts on “Barkay Lecturing in U.S.”
Would you be really annoyed if I told you I had the opportunity to hear Barkay speak yesterday but instead went out for Chicken Wings with my sister?
Only if your middle initial is W.
Once again the Northwest misses out. I guess I’ll just have to listen to Gabriel’s “friend” Dr. Wayne House here at the seminary. He has a knack for being “freinds” with anyone he has 1: Ever met, and 2: Is relatively famous. 🙂