The History and Archaeology of the Bible

Online Event

The class takes a journey through the Bible from Genesis to the Crucifixion, seen through the lens of the latest historical and archaeological findings. The course uses the latest archeological and histories findings to examine the seminal books of the Hebrew Bible (the Old Testament) such as Genesis, Exodus, Prophets, Kings, and Samuel, as well as core events of the New Testament; it follows the arc of ancient civilization, reflecting on the majestic empires of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Assyria, Babylonia, Persia, Greece, and Rome.

The History and Archaeology of the Bible

Online Event

The class takes a journey through the Bible from Genesis to the Crucifixion, seen through the lens of the latest historical and archaeological findings. The course uses the latest archeological and histories findings to examine the seminal books of the Hebrew Bible (the Old Testament) such as Genesis, Exodus, Prophets, Kings, and Samuel, as well as core events of the New Testament; it follows the arc of ancient civilization, reflecting on the majestic empires of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Assyria, Babylonia, Persia, Greece, and Rome.

The History and Archaeology of the Bible

Online Event

The class takes a journey through the Bible from Genesis to the Crucifixion, seen through the lens of the latest historical and archaeological findings. The course uses the latest archeological and histories findings to examine the seminal books of the Hebrew Bible (the Old Testament) such as Genesis, Exodus, Prophets, Kings, and Samuel, as well as core events of the New Testament; it follows the arc of ancient civilization, reflecting on the majestic empires of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Assyria, Babylonia, Persia, Greece, and Rome.

The History and Archaeology of the Bible

Online Event

The class takes a journey through the Bible from Genesis to the Crucifixion, seen through the lens of the latest historical and archaeological findings. The course uses the latest archeological and histories findings to examine the seminal books of the Hebrew Bible (the Old Testament) such as Genesis, Exodus, Prophets, Kings, and Samuel, as well as core events of the New Testament; it follows the arc of ancient civilization, reflecting on the majestic empires of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Assyria, Babylonia, Persia, Greece, and Rome.

The History and Archaeology of the Bible

Online Event

The class takes a journey through the Bible from Genesis to the Crucifixion, seen through the lens of the latest historical and archaeological findings. The course uses the latest archeological and histories findings to examine the seminal books of the Hebrew Bible (the Old Testament) such as Genesis, Exodus, Prophets, Kings, and Samuel, as well as core events of the New Testament; it follows the arc of ancient civilization, reflecting on the majestic empires of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Assyria, Babylonia, Persia, Greece, and Rome.

The History and Archaeology of the Bible

Online Event

The class takes a journey through the Bible from Genesis to the Crucifixion, seen through the lens of the latest historical and archaeological findings. The course uses the latest archeological and histories findings to examine the seminal books of the Hebrew Bible (the Old Testament) such as Genesis, Exodus, Prophets, Kings, and Samuel, as well as core events of the New Testament; it follows the arc of ancient civilization, reflecting on the majestic empires of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Assyria, Babylonia, Persia, Greece, and Rome.

The History and Archaeology of the Bible

Online Event

The class takes a journey through the Bible from Genesis to the Crucifixion, seen through the lens of the latest historical and archaeological findings. The course uses the latest archeological and histories findings to examine the seminal books of the Hebrew Bible (the Old Testament) such as Genesis, Exodus, Prophets, Kings, and Samuel, as well as core events of the New Testament; it follows the arc of ancient civilization, reflecting on the majestic empires of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Assyria, Babylonia, Persia, Greece, and Rome.

The History and Archaeology of the Bible

Online Event

The class takes a journey through the Bible from Genesis to the Crucifixion, seen through the lens of the latest historical and archaeological findings. The course uses the latest archeological and histories findings to examine the seminal books of the Hebrew Bible (the Old Testament) such as Genesis, Exodus, Prophets, Kings, and Samuel, as well as core events of the New Testament; it follows the arc of ancient civilization, reflecting on the majestic empires of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Assyria, Babylonia, Persia, Greece, and Rome.