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The Star Namer’s Star Continues to Make News

Alpha Centauri is the star referred to in Shepherd, Potter, Spy–and the Star Namer. What the Late Bronze Age Gibeonites of Canaan knew about it was that it was called Toliman which was interpreted to mean “the heretofore and the hereafter.” Ishtaba, the master potter of Gibeon, saw the meaning of the star’s name indicated someone in the […]

  • November 14, 2017
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Where Jesus Walked

Near the Jesus Boat Museum our tour bus brought us to a pier for charter boat rides on the Sea of Galilee.   We explored the shores until our scheduled time to board. After a morning of trekking through ruins and taking in an exciting museum, the hum of the boat’s  motor, the hazy, lazy […]

On Being Counted a Digger

  We recently attended the Text and Trowel:                                                                        A Symposium of Archaeology and the Bible at the    University of Pikeville […]

An Explosive Find When Nothing Much Was Happening

JOURNAL OF TRIP TO ISRAEL 2017 20_Sea of Galilee or Sea of Tiberias or Lake Kinnereth Wed June 21 Have you experienced a day when ‘nothing much was happening’?   On a day much like one of those we’ve all experienced, two brothers, fishermen on the Sea of Galilee, looked at the facts.  The lake was low, […]

  • November 2, 2017
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One Moment of Clarity Can Change the Course of Your Life

It was 2009 when I turned to my husband and said,                                                                      “If I really write this story [of the Gibeonites of  […]