Where David Fought Goliath

By SourceFlix | May 21, 2015 | 3 Comments

Two armies are facing off. One boasts a taunting, blasphemous giant that intimidates the army of Israel. Israel’s “champion”—a young boy. We know this story! We especially know the characters in it—the giant, Goliath and the one-day-to-be-king, David. You’ve probably tried to picture the ruddy, young shepherd and the armor-clad giant as you read the…

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The Bible as aTool in Archaeology

By SourceFlix | Apr 23, 2015 | 8 Comments
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I’ve spent the last eight years here in Jerusalem studying Biblical Archaeology. When I began I assumed I’d be studying Archaeology in a way that affirmed the Bible and was in agreement with it’s teachings. After all, it is called Biblical Archaeology! However, I soon came to understand that although the word “Biblical” is part…

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Our Passover Lamb, our Resurrection Life!

By SourceFlix | Apr 5, 2015 | 10 Comments

We sat on our couch Friday morning contemplating this unique place we live – Jerusalem. We’ve been here eight years now, and things seem “normal” to our eyes. It is normal for our neighbors to be doing their final cleaning for Passover and dropping off their bread and flour and noodles to us for safe-keeping.…

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Jerusalem Snow

By SourceFlix | Jan 10, 2015 | 9 Comments
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For the last few days, all of Jerusalem has been waiting expectantly for snow which was forecast.  In Jerusalem snow is a big event!  Everyday the children have peered outside eager for the sight of a blanket of white.  However, the snow tarried; rain fell; everyone waited and wondered if the snow would really come. …

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Biblical Cities – From the Air

By SourceFlix | Nov 26, 2014 | 8 Comments
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We all know what the graves of people look like, but there are other kinds of graves as well. The graves of cities lie scattered in mounds across the lands of the Bible. These ancient mounds are called tels, meaning “heaps of ruins” in Hebrew, cities built upon the ruins of another, stacked up higher…

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