Torah Class Old Testament Bible Study for a New Testament Understanding Torah is the Hebrew word for the first 5 books of the Bible and it is the foundation of the Old Testament just as the Old Testament is the foundation of the New. The Old Testament (Tanach) is the Holy Scripture that Jesus (Yeshua, in Hebrew) taught from, and His Disciples referred to, since there was no New Testament until well after the time of the Apostles that succeeded Him. The Old and New Testaments are inseparable and only when used together do we have a complete, unified, divinely-inspired Bible. Torah Class cross-references the Torah and Old Testament passages with New Testament passages to reveal their seamless continuity.
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Archaeological Sites in Israel Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- 1. Current Attitudes On Bible History And Archaeology
- 2. Historical Development In Archaeology, Based On Wright, Biblical Archaeology
- 3. Writing: A Permanent System Of Communication
- 4. The Settlement Of The World, (The Table Of Nations)
- 5. Mesopotamia To 1600 B.C.
- 6. Egypt To 1600 B.C.
- 7. The Patriarchal Era
- 8. Ancient Middle Eastern Culture And The Bible
- 9. Mesopotamia, 1600-1000 B.C.
- 10. Egypt, 1600-1000 B.C.
- 11. The Period Of The Exodus And Conquest
- 12. Israel–Establishment–Judges
- 13. Israel–The Golden Era
- 14. Chronology Of The Monarchal Period
- 15. Israel And Her Neighbors–Aram
- 16. Israel/Judah And Assyria
- 17. Israel/Judah And Egypt 1000 B.C. To 500 B.C.
- 18. Small States Surrounding Judah
- 19. The Rise Of The Neo-Babylonian (Chaldean) Empire
- 20. Judah And Persia
- 21. The Restoration From The Exile
- 22. Jews In Exile
- 23. Judaism During The Greek Period–330-64 B.C.
- 24. Qumran And The Intertestamental Period
- 25. New Testament Archaeology–Palestine And Syria
- 26. New Testament Archaeology–Asia Minor
- 27. New Testament Archaeology–Europe
- Selected Bibliography
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The Jerusalem Archeological Park The Jerusalem Archaeological Park, Israel’s most important antiquity site, reaches the Temple Mount on the north, the slope of the Mount of Olives and the Kidron Valley on the east, and the Valley of Hinnom on the west and the south. This exceptional area which has captivated the world’s imagination throughout history, has been designated as an archaeological park and open museum.
Archaeological Excavations Relating to Jewish History Bible Origins Shifting Ground in the Holy Land – Archaeology is casting new light on the Old Testament
Archaeology and the Old Testament – Patrick Zukeran surveys the importance of archaeology with regard to its confirmation of biblical history.
Archaeology and the Old Testament – Kyle Butt Archaeology can provide important pieces of the past that consistently verify the Bible’s historical and factual accuracy.
Jerusalem Through Coins Tour Jerusalem through the coins that have been found.