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The Roundup #81

I may be a day late with my usual #roundup post, but there was a lot going on yesterday, I swear.

The single most remarkable update is news of a… 342 more words

Roundup

Zoom Back To Ancient Jerusalem Via the Western Wall Tunnel

Hold on to your proverbial Indiana Jones hat….we are about to enter a place that evokes faith, facts, myths and mysteries! The Western Wall Tunnel or Rabbi’s Tunnel, a sort of… 925 more words

Jerusalem

"The Real Love Story of Joseph and the Fair Egyptian"

I went looking for something in 1919 today. I didn’t find it, but I found this instead.

This appeared in the Boston American, but as “The Real Love Story of Joseph and the Fair Egyptian” was a syndicated article, you’ll find it… 298 more words

Ancient Egypt

The Garden Tomb...The Very Stones Will Cry Out!

What did Jesus mean when He said “I tell you that if these should keep silent, the stones would immediately cry out.” Many think it is about the reality of non-believers singing… 961 more words

Faith Based Tour To The Holy Land

A Well Or A Monument...Which Are You Leaving?

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A well or a monument…which is the better legacy? 1,050 more words

Holy Land Devotion

New Book Acquisitions & Site News - August 2017

Only three books purchased?! What’s going on?

That’s right; I only bought three books in August. There were no trips to second-hand stalls, no tempting sales, only the books I already intended to purchase. 1,602 more words

Books

Ray participates in archaeological dig in Israel

Back in the eighth grade, she did a report on the Dead Sea Scrolls that sparked and interest in Biblical archaeology.

And in the summer of 2017, Betty Ray of Carrollton joined the New Orleans Baptist Seminary’s Tel Gezer Water System Excavation Project sponsored by the Center for Archaeological Research. 429 more words

Faith @ Work