A site I’ve long thought held the most potential for future discoveries for New Testament studies is Colossae. Many groups to Turkey don’t even bother to visit, since the ancient mound is virtually untouched and only scattered remains can be seen on the ground. So whenever I see something about archaeology at Colossae, my ears immediately perk up.
Tutku Tours is sponsoring a webinar on February 27 entitled “Colossae, Colossians, and Archaeology: Digging for Answers at a Biblical Site,” with Mark Wilson moderating. The graphic (below) provides full details, but I’ve written out the schedule here, with times in US Eastern:
10:00-10:45: “Latest Archaeological Surveys in Colossae,” by Baris Yener
10:50-11:35: “How the Excavation of Colossae Could Help Illuminate Paul’s Letter to the Colossians,” by Clint Arnold
11:40-12:00: Response: ”Archaeology and Interpreting Colossians,” by Anna Enberg
12:00-12:30: Questions and Conversation
To join, go to the Zoom website and enter Meeting ID: 629 730 8579; passcode: tutku
3 thoughts on “Webinar: Colossae, Colossians, and Archaeology”
Thanks for the memories of Joshua Todd…
Why on a Sunday?
I know it is in Turkey, but I am a pastor of a church and these times take me completely out of being able to participate.