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Coming and Going: Doors and Doorways in the Biblical World 10/19/2012 - by Gary Byers MA

As a pastor in Frederick, Maryland for almost two decades, I visited thousands of homes in the community. In order to earn the right to share my message with those in each house, I soon learned the importance of being able to make a connection with them. One of the ways I learned to do that was to pay attention to the things that were visibIe in their home and attempt to find common ground about it. Redskins gear was an easy connection for me, Dallas Cowboy stuff was not!

Biblical Archaeology in 2011: Marching On 2/2/2012 - by Brian Janeway PhD (c)

In a continuing series of articles, I have highlighted the Annual Meetings of the American Schools of Oriental Research, or ASOR, in order to bring to ABR’s readers some of the latest research from the lands of the Bible and to demonstrate that, despite premature reports of its demise, archaeology relating to the Scriptures is very much alive and well. Last year the conference was held in San Francisco between Nov 23–26, 2011 and featured presentations by over 400 scholars on a very wide range of subjects, from prehistoric to Islamic times, and concerning work done in Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Turkey, Cyprus, and more.

Mud Bricks and Walls in Archaeology with Rev. Gary Byers 6/3/2011 - by Gary Byers MA

Rev. Gary Byers explains how ancient peoples built walls with mud bricks.

Doorways in Archaeology with Rev. Gary Byers 5/25/2011 - by Gary Byers MA

Rev. Gary Byers describes doorways used in the ancient world at Tall el-Hammam, Jordan.

Foundations in Archaeology with Rev. Gary Byers 4/27/2011 - by Gary Byers MA

Rev. Gary Byers describes house foundations from the time of Abraham at Tall el-Hammam, Jordan.

The Jordan River Valley, the Jordan River and the Jungle of the Jordan 6/6/2007 - by Gary Byers MA

Spending a month excavating in the Jordan Valley at Tall el-Hammam last winter caused me to rethink some of what I thought I knew about the region. I decided a better understanding of the geology, geography and ecology of the area would help me better interpret our archaeological data...

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