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Introduction by M. J. Dubois, O.P. This luxuriously illustrated volume is intended for pilgrims and visitors to Jerusalem, the Way of the Cross – the Via Dolorosa, and the 14 Stations of the Cross. It is an intelligible account of the origin, meaning and development of this pious practice.
“It is well-known that Bible readers generally pass over the Book of Chronicles, the last book in the Hebrew Bible. All too often Chronicles is seen as merely a recap and summary of the historical books that preceded it.… ”
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An Introductory Atlas – Many of the places mentioned in the Bible can be seen to this day. Cities like Jerusalem, Tiberias, Bethlehem and Jericho have lasted through the ages.
An Introductory Atlas & Comparative View Though centered in the southern Levant, the actual world of the Bible is much larger, stretching across the ancient Near East and filling the eastern Mediterranean Basin.
This Atlas represents the first 500 years of Christianity.
This work provides a summary of biblical data centered on the lives of some of the greatest characters who walked across the pages of scripture.
A new thought–provoking exposition of the political and religious developments in the kingdom of Judah during the reign of King Hezekiah, based on a close reading of biblical and extra-biblical sources, and the insights of associated archaeological finds. **** NEW! ****
The most important discovery of documents written in the “Jewish” script is the discovery of the documents from the Judean desert, known as “the Dead Sea Scrolls”.
The ancient boat from the Sea of Galilee exhibited at the Yigal Allon Museum at Kibbutz Ginosar speaks of pivotal times on the lake two millennia ago, when an itinerant rabbi walked its shores and sailed its waters with his followers, and changed the world forever.
This book is a companion volume to Understanding the Holy Temple of the Old Testament by the same authors. Its aim is to provide a backdrop to the Gospel scenes which depict the Lord Jesus moving through the Temple Courts, a place where he performed many of his most significant acts.
This handy volume offers a comprehensive overview of Israel’s sanctuary throughout its history up until the first century.
This Atlas tells the intriguing story of the revival of Jewish life in the land of Israel.
Understanding the land of Jesus is a necessary component to comprehending the message he proclaimed.