This week, we want to share with you the powerful story of Igal, an Israeli man who should have died, but was saved by a fellow soldier who took his place. He was shocked about how the rabbis dealt with his friend’s death, which led him on a road of awakening – to what it was that Yeshua the Messiah had done for him by dying in his place. There is no greater love!
Join us for our Archaeology of the Land of the Bible study tour with the possibility to participate in real excavations!
You will visit the major archaeological excavations in Israel while learning about the history of excavations, and have the opportunity to discuss current issues in archaeological research of the Biblical period with experts in the field.
Breakfast and dinner daily, as per program, plus lunches on excavation days
Two-day Biblical Archaeology Seminar at the Israel College of the Bible
Four full touring days and two half days with a professional and licensed English-speaking guide
Five days participation in an Archaeological Field School
Transportation for tour days as per program including transfers from /to Ben Gurion airport in Tel Aviv
Entrance fees to all sites mentioned in itinerary
GAIN ACADEMIC CREDIT!
Graduate and undergraduate academic credit is available for study tour participants.
It would be a pleasure to have you join us for an adventure that we guarantee will be a memorable experience.
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What if the actual reason why the Rabbis rejected Jesus is being hidden from you? Jesus was the only one who dared to stand up against the religious oppression by breaking down the walls that rabbinical tradition had put up. Jesus opened the door to God for everyone.Continue reading…
Biblical Archaeological Treasures: Signed, Sealed and Delivered!
Hebrew University archaeologist, Eilat Mazar, came across a cave full of treasures during excavations below the Temple Mount’s southern wall. The cave contained coins bearing interesting messages, and close by, in the same dig, seals from King Hezekiah and possibly Isaiah the Prophet have been found! Continue reading…