Tag Archives: Paul

Archaeology Updates from ASOR

My wife and I are back with our kids after hearing some great things at the ASOR annual meeting in San Antonio. Here are some highlights from our experience. Jerusalem’s Gihon Spring: The massive 18th century BC tower over the Gihon Spring … Continue reading

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Roman Legions, a Miracle, and Armageddon: Our Last Day in Israel

We are back home now but our last day in Israel was excellent. We visited two of the best sites in the country and made a surprise visit to an excavation that has since been in the news. So what … Continue reading

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Paul’s Missionary Tube Map

If Paul had taken the tube instead of the Roman roads/ships: Kudos to the commenter “hubbit” who advises one to “mind the agape.” * Reblogged from theologygrams

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The Apostle Paul’s Bones Identified?

Pope Benedict announced yesterday, that fragments of bone from the first or second century have been found in a tomb in the Basilica of St Paul in Rome. Speaking at St Paul’s-Outside-the-Walls, on the eve of today’s Feasts of St … Continue reading

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