The latest from SourceFlix: The Bible as a Tool in Archaeology (4 min)
Not long ago we created a list of U.S. museums with artifacts related to the biblical world. Bible
Gateway has produced a list of museums and exhibits on the Bible itself.
The River Jordan is the subject of this summer’s ARAM Society for Syro-Mesopotamian Studies Forty First International Conference at Oxford. Presenters include Yigal Levin, Amihai Mazar, Gerald Mattingly, Joan Taylor, and many others.
Eric Cline’s lecture on 1177 BC at the Oriental Institute is now online. At the beginning he shares his “over the top” book trailer.
Haaretz has a feature written by Mike Rogoff entitled “What is a City Gate?”
Ferrell Jenkins illuminates the story of the man being lowered through the roof.
An Arutz-7 article describes the relations between the Jewish and Samaritan communities on Mount Gerizim.
Registration for MEMRA 2015 is now open. Courses include beginning biblical Hebrew, Greek, Aramaic, and Ugaritic.
Maney Online has opened up all of its online content from archaeology, conservation, and heritage journals for free through today. Journals include Palestine Exploration Quarterly, Levant, and Tel Aviv. If you don’t know where to start, try a search for Jerusalem.
BibleWorks 10 has been released.
HT: Agade, James Joyner