The schedule of the 14th Annual Batchelder Conference for Biblical Archaeology has been announced. More than a dozen lectures will be given at the University of Nebraska at Omaha on
November 8, 9, and 10. Entrance is only $10. Lectures include:
Avraham Faust, Israel’s Ethnogenesis: How Israel Became a Nation
Harry Jol, Nazareth, Israel: What is Ground Penetrating Radar
Seeing at Mary’s Well?
Nick Jaeger, Digital Literacy in Biblical Archaeology
Jerome Hall, Jesus, Josephus, and the Migdal Mosaic: Rethinking the First Century Kinneret Boat
David Ussishkin, Jerusalem at the Times of Solomon, Hezekiah and Nehemiah: An Archaeologist’s View
Leonard Greenspoon, What the Bible Translator Has Learned – and Failed to Learn from the Biblical Archaeologist
Kris Udd, Has Radiocarbon Artificially Raised Dates for the Early Bronze Age?
Barney Trams, The Iron Age II Storehouse at Bethsaida