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The Harvest Handbook of Bible Lands$30.40
The Harvest Handbook of Bible Lands
By Steven Collins and Joe Holden
New discoveries are constantly being made as archaeologists work to uncover the ancient history of the Bible lands to tell a more complete story of the people, customs, and events of that era. Archaeologist Steven Collins and Bible scholar Joseph M. Holden have spent decades making and researching those discoveries and now offer a wealth of information based on the latest findings.
This exciting addition to The Harvest HandbookTM series provides a textual and visual bird’s-eye view of ancient Near Eastern biblical geography, culture, history, and chronology. If you’re looking for an accurate, readable, and user-friendly resource to further your study of God’s Word, The Harvest HandbookTMof Bible Lands provides a valuable backdrop for biblical narratives and literature.
With the most up-to-date information from biblical and archaeological disciplines, you will find your knowledge greatly enriched through well-written narrative-style text, numerous maps, instructive photographs, illustrations, and charts. This must-have tool will become your favorite resource as you study Scripture.$30.40
REVELATION: What Did John Really See? 3rd Edition$19.95
REVELATION: What Did John Really See? 3rd Edition
Phillip J. Silvia, PhD
Whereas most books on Revelation are theological in nature, this book is distinctively different. Get ready for a verse-by-verse—and sometimes phrase-by-phrase—walk through the apostle John’s Revelation of Jesus Christ that will challenge you to think about what John might have actually seen as the Revelation unfolded and how he interpreted what he saw so that he could explain it to his readers.
This book is intended to be used as a study guide. It asks a lot of thought-provoking questions and provides space in which to write your answers. Background information is provided where needed to help you understand the more subtle issues and difficult passages. Extensive endnotes are provided to assist leaders in preparing for group studies.
Use this book for your own personal study. Use it as a leader’s guide for group study. Just be ready to think and to think outside the box—as you are led through this fascinating last book of the Bible.$19.95
The Tall al-Hammam Excavations, Volume 1$89.95
The Tall al-Hammam Excavations, Volume 1
by Steven Collins, Carroll M. Kobs & Michael C. Luddeni
The Tall al-Hamman Excavations, Volume 1 is the first in a series of reports on the Tall al-Hammam Excavation Project, directed by Steven Collins of Trinity Southwest University and assisted by Gary Byers and Carroll Kobs, assistant dig directors. Co-author Mike Luddeni has been dig photographer since the inception of the Project. Excavations began in Jordan in 2005 2006 and have continued annually, without break, up to the present. This volume presents an overview of the site, with a period-by-period overview of Tall al-Hammam and its relationship to other sites in the vicinity in the Jordan Valley. It also includes the pottery profiles and assemblages and artifacts discovered in the course of these seasons. Future volumes will include in-depth excavation reports for specific areas of the Tall.$89.95
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Biblical Research Bulletin
Biblical Research Bulletin (BRB) is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal published by Trinity Southwest University. Because BRB encourages interaction among scholars from diverse backgrounds, the views expressed in a given article may or may not represent the views of the faculty or administration of Trinity Southwest University. Biblical Research Bulletin is copyrighted by Trinity Southwest University, with all rights reserved.
A Chronology for the Cities of the Plain$2.50
A Chronology for the Cities of the Plain
by Steve Collins PhD
Biblically, the timeframe for the existence of the Cities of the Plain ranges from the early patriarchal period of Genesis 10 to the time of Abram and Lot in Genesis 13-19. Taken at face value, the biblical chronology would thus require the Cities of the Plain to exist during the Middle Bronze Age. Southern Dead Sea sites such as Bab edh-Dhra and Numeira belonged to the Early Bronze Age, and were destroyed hundreds of years before the time of Abram. This is problematic for the identification of these two southern sites as Sodom and Gomorrah.$2.50
Canon Tristam Fires a Lethal Shot at the Southwern Sodom Theory$2.50