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One person’s view of the beauty and diversity of BAR’s Israel Seminar
I was one of a group of 16 people who participated in BAR’s Israel seminar this past summer—a stimulating, invigorating (and slenderizing) six-week exploration of the Holy Land. There was more to the adventure than trying to absorb an...
Biblical Archaeology Review, January/February 1983
Does the Exodus tradition in the Bible preserve the memory of their entry into Canaan?
One of the most obscure periods in the history of Palestine is the Middle Bronze I period (commonly referred to as MBI) which extended from about 2200 B.C. to about 2000 B.C. Who were the MBI people? We really don’t know. On the basis of my...
Biblical Archaeology Review, July/August 1983
The first-century Capernaum synagogue in which Jesus preached has probably been found. Because more than one synagogue may have existed in Capernaum at this time, we cannot be sure that this new find was Jesus’ synagogue. But this recently discovered first-century building is certainly a...
Biblical Archaeology Review, November/December 1983