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Mel Gibson's - The Passion of the Christ Bible History Online Article about the movie "The Passion of the Christ" (Comments)

Check out the Picture Bible on Amazon The Picture Bible. A comic book of the whole Bible, a highly recommended overview of the whole bible. It is a thick comic book of the history of the Old and New Testaments, and very well done. Give them away to friends. When you make a purchase a small portion helps support this ministry.


 
Ancient Jerusalem - Interactive Study with Images and Maps

Biblical Archaeology News 2014 - Keep current on some of the latest news in Biblical Archaeology.

Illustrated Bible History - Sketches and images of the ancient world.

Background Bible Study - Manners and Customs, Daily Life, Cultures, Bible Lands.

Creating Audio commentary with my dear friend Shahar from Jerusalem has been a very interesting time to say the least. You can listen to it in the Messianic Prophecy and Names of God sections of this Website.

Bible History 

Bible History is about exploring the eyewitness accounts recorded in the Old and New Testaments of the Bible and comparing them with the history of ancient people and civilizations revealed by the spade of the archaeologist. Are you curious about the past, it's people, customs and culture? Then you would probably appreciate those who's curiosity drove them across the earth without the conveniences of modern travel, to dig up the empires buried within the earth to reveal the mysteries they contain.

Someone such as Austen Henry Layard, an archaeologist, politician, adventurer and excavator of ancient Nineveh, Nimrud and other Assyrian locations.

He writes,

"During the autumn of 1839 and winter of 1840 I had been wandering through Asia Minor and Syria scarcely leaving untrod one spot hallowed by tradition or unvisited one ruin consecrated by history I was accompanied by one no less curious and enthusiastic than myself We were both equally careless of comfort and unmindful of danger We rode alone our arms were our only protection a valise behind our saddles was our wardrobe and we tended our own horses except when relieved from the duty by the hospitable inhabitants of a Turcoman village or an Arab tent Thus unembarrassed by needless luxuries and uninfluenced by the opinions and prejudices of others we mixed amongst the people acquired without effort their manners and enjoyed without alloy those emotions which scenes so novel and spots so rich in varied association cannot fail to produce."
Nineveh and Its Remains, 1849

In an age when God's grace has uncovered beneath the sands of time what holy writ already affirmed, we can examine the evidence ourselves and perhaps make room for the Lord to add to us His touch upon our hearts. No amount of facts equal one simple touch by God upon the heart. But we can seek him knowing "God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble." James 4:6.

So let us press on as Isaiah encouraged, "Seek the LORD while he may be found; call on him while he is near." Isaiah 55:6 and avoid at all costs any congruence with the description of those who can walk by an amazing gift such as creation and life itself and never ask who gave it.

In his pride the wicked does not seek him; in all his thoughts there is no room for God. Psalm 10:4

By humbling ourselves and questioning God and seeking Him we can invite Him to reveal and to deepen His extraordinary love...

And hope does not disappoint us, because God has poured out his love into our hearts by the Holy Spirit, whom he has given us. Romans 5:5

 

Large Map of Israel in the First Century - Click around on the cities.
Large Map of the Roman Empire in the Early First Century
- Click around on the Places.
The Babylonians. Learn about ancient Babylon.
The History of Rome. Brief overview of Roman history.
The Tabernacle of Ancient Israel. HTML version of BKA 14.
Old Testament Overview. General survey of the Old Testament.
New Testament Overview. General survey of the New Testament.
A Harmony of the Life of Jesus. Four gospel accounts in harmony.
Slide Show (64k) Small slide show.
Cleopatra's Children Real Audio series with images.
Bible Art - Bible Story Art, Ancient Customs, Architecture, Geography, Peoples, and more.
Picture Study Bible - Growing Study Bible with Pictures, Maps, and Notes.
Printable Kid's Bible Dictionary - Free Bible printables for kids of all ages.
Bible Study Questions - Insightful Questions and Answers about topics in the Bible.
Bible Verses Online - A growing ministry for parents and kids. 
Kids Bible Maps - Creative educational maps for Bible students.

Brief Overview - Caesar Augustus, Caesar Nero, Herod the Great, High Priests, Tax Collectors, Herod Antipas, Herod Agrippa I, Pontius Pilate, Jewish Literature, Pharisees, Scribes, Samaritans, Paul's First Missionary Journey, Paul's Second Missionary Journey, Court of the Gentiles, Map of Jesus' Ministry, New Testament Cities, Chronology of Jesus' Life, New Testament Books, Jewish Calendar, Messianic Prophecy, Herod's Temple, Ancient History Timeline, Israel and Judah, David's Kingdom, Seven Nations of Canaan, Ancient Oil Lamps, Destruction of Israel, Assyria and Bible Prophecy, Archaeology and Assyria, Assyria Social Structure, Destruction of Judah, Babylonian Captivity, Black Obelisk, Court of the Women, Antonia Fortress, Israel's Sacred Year, more to come.

The Bible Knowledge Accelerator Programs - Informational Bible studies with a brief overview of various people, places, and events in the ancient world. 

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