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20 Bible Lands Hotspots (Last Week in Review)

Categories New Testament Old Testament

20 Popular Answers to the Question, “If you could visit any location mentioned in the Bible, where would you go?”
Jerusalem is the runaway favorite
47 other locations each netted 1 or 2 votes apiece. See original post

Other Highlights from Last Week
• Bill Mounce sketches the disclipline of defining Greek and Hebrew words; also learn the strangest word Jesus ever spoke

• Dan Wallace dodges road hazards in Romania so his team can photograph NT manuscripts

Extra-Curricular Activities
Stuff the Koinonia editors wanted to share
Ancient Manna on Modern Menus I didn’t know manna was still around, let alone getting put in cocktails. -Jesse

Learning from the Gores about the Grace of Separation Interesting distinction between “separation” and “divorce.” -Andrew

Hooked on Gadgets and Paying a Mental Price We consume three times as much information each day as people did in 1960. This may be taking a mental toll. -Adam

This Drummer's at the Wrong Gig (video) In case you missed it – this drumming could bring down the walls of Jericho. -Andrew

Daniel B. Wallace’s Dispatches from Romania 1: The Road Less Traveled (For a Good Reason)
Daniel B. Wallace’s Dispatches from Romania 1: The Road Less Traveled (For a Good Reason) On their latest expedition, Daniel B. Wallace and his team from the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts di...
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