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In this Faithlife Live webinar, Dr. Craig Evans discusses the value of archaeology and how it sheds light on Jesus and his world.
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In this three-hour course, you’ll join Dr. Craig A. Evans on a journey to some of the most significant New Testament archaeological sites. Filmed on-site in Israel’s Galilee region, Dead Sea region, and Jerusalem, this course will give you insight into first-century socioeconomic life and will help you grasp the historical and biblical context of Jesus’ ministry.
As the course takes you through cities and other locations around the Sea of Galilee, you’ll learn where Jesus and his disciples walked and lived, including Capernaum, the headquarters of Jesus’ Galilean ministry. Discover how the Qumran Dead Sea Scrolls reveal how deeply rooted in the Old Testament the early Christian movement was, and hear how these texts have been preserved for future generations. Explore burial practices and evidence of crucifixion in the first century in Jerusalem.
Mark is by far one of the most overlooked Gospels because of its short, brief, and to-the-point nature. Despite it getting less attention than the other Gospels, Mark is still an essential piece of the Scriptures and the only place you will find Jesus healing the man in Tyre and Bethsaida.
Right now, you can get the ACCS volume on Mark completely free. The ACCS brings together the thoughts and insights of early Christians like Augustine, Clement, and Cyril. These ancient Christians provide unique perspectives that help us to better understand the gospel message today.
Don’t miss your chance to get this volume free—plus the volumes on James, 1–2 Peter, 1–3 John, and Jude for a fraction of the normal price. You can also save on some volumes from the Reformed Commentary on Scripture.