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Dipping into the Community Pool: December 30

Hope you had a wonderful Christmas.  We’ve been enjoying some extra time with family and friends, talking about 2017, celebrating birthdays, and thinking about the new year to come.   374 more words


Photo Contest Winner!!

So we couldn’t really make up our minds which photo is the best Megiddo photo, because every picture at Megiddo is a winner!!! 114 more words


The headline speaks of makeup; the photo is a scarab

At Jericho, a scarab; in a grave, a scarab; in the grave of a girl, a scarab; in the grave of a wealthy foreigner’s daughter, a scarab; in the grave with the girl’s maidservant, a scarab. 61 more words

New (and Improved) Biblical Archaeology Review

Next week, the first issue of Biblical Archaeology Review published under the leadership of its new editor, Robert R. Cargill, hits the stands. I, for one, am excited to see what Bob brings to the magazine, especially in light of the fact that he’s already a professional scholar working in the field and on its cutting edge. 59 more words

A "Legion"dary Mission To Kursi, Pigs or People

Right after describing the Kingdom of God as a mustard seed, Jesus tells the disciples to find a boat and cross over to the other side of the lake. 865 more words

Sea Of Galilee

The Roundup #84

The best news of the week has got to be the identification of the landing site Caesar used during his abortive invasion of Britain. The Guardian… 234 more words


Juvenal and the Lord's Supper

In 1 Corinthians, Paul writes about the divisions between rich and poor, including meals they were supposed to be sharing. These are brought vividly to life by the Roman satirist Juvenal. 1,393 more words

Imago Dei