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Cities of the New Testament World: An Historical Geography of the Bible in the Steps of Jesus and the Apostles. Moncton, Canada: Electronic Christian Media, Forthcoming.
This will cover some 89 New Testament cities/towns in Judea, Samaria, Galilee, Perea, the Decapolis, Syria, Asia Minor, Macedonia, Achaia (Greece), in the Mediterranean Sea, and Italy. It will cover the identity, and historical background, along with the New Testament relevance for each city. It will be beautifully illustrated with over 250 colorful, maps, timelines, charts, photographs, and illustrations.
Holden, Joseph M., and Steven Collins, eds. Harvest Handbook of Bible Lands: A Panoramic Survey of the History, Geography, and Culture of the Scriptures. Eugene, OR: Harvest House, February 2020. I have contributed eight breakout articles: David’s Palace, The Septuagint. Alexander the Great, The Rosetta Stone, The Dead Sea Scrolls, Roman Roads, Burial Practices, Crucifixion, and also, over 40 photographs to this important reference work. For the list of contributions see Blog post.
The most up-to-date information from biblical and archaeological discoveries, numerous maps, and instructive photographs, drawings, and diagrams. This book provides a textual and visual bird’s-eye view of ancient Near Eastern biblical geography, archeological sites, history, and chronology. Anyone looking for an accurate, readable, and usable resource to further their study. Hardcover (ISBN: 978-0736975421). Available at Harvest House and on Amazon. due February 18, 2020
· Illustrate archaeological finds with more than 165 pertinent color photographs, detailed maps and carefully crafted charts
· Include a glossary defining technical archaeological terms
· Provide extensive footnotes and bibliography for future study
· Include a detailed subject index
This invaluable resource provides an interesting and informative understanding of the cultural and historical background of the Old Testament illustrated from archaeology. This is an accessible resource intended for laypeople who want to know more about archaeology and the Old Testament, whether in seminary courses, college classrooms, church groups or personal study.
7X10 format, ca. 340 Pages.