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Digs and Scriptures: Exploring the Bible Through Archaeology

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Digs and Scriptures: Exploring the Bible Through Archaeology

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This introductory journey delves into the foundational principles of archaeology while uncovering compelling archaeological evidence that illuminates and supports biblical accounts.

From the ruins of ancient cities to the discovery of artifacts, delve into the methodologies and techniques used by archaeologists to unearth and interpret the past. Through a series of engaging lectures, discussions, and hands-on activities, gain insight into the excavation process, artifact analysis, and the significance of archaeological finds within the context of biblical stories.

Discover how archaeological discoveries shed light on events, characters, and cultures depicted in the Bible, providing valuable insights into the historical authenticity and cultural background of biblical narratives. Whether you’re a novice or a seasoned enthusiast, join us on an exciting exploration of biblical archaeology, where ancient artifacts and biblical texts converge to reveal the richness of the ancient world.”

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Where God Came Down by author Joel Kramer, Publisher: Sourceflix | Expedition Bible (October 14, 2020); ISBN-10: ‎ 0998037419 or ISBN-13: ‎ 978-0998037417

it is strongly suggested each student have a physical copy of a Bible, however, there are free versions online that are acceptable (biblegateway.com, etc.). Because of the likelihood of students coming from a diversity of denominational (or non-denominational) backgrounds I do not require a specific version of the bible. Some acceptable versions are KJV, NKJV, NIV, NRSV, RSV, ESV.

Jamie Anderson

Kenneth Bracker is a homeschool graduate having been part of the original first wave of homeschooling pioneered by Raymond and Dorothy Moore in the 1970’s. By age eighteen Kenneth had worked on more than two dozen political campaigns as a full time campaign manager, spent two years working as an intern at the local cable station, and spent four straight summers volunteering at nursing homes and Alzheimer wards. Homeschooling for him involved real life application of the biblical values his parents instilled within him. 

Kenneth obtained his B.S. in Psychology from Baker College with a focus in Chemical Substance Abuse, and then his Master’s Degree in Liberal Arts from the University of North Carolina Greensboro. For the better part of a decade he was either leading bible studies at the local county jail, or working as a counselor at the Salvation Army Rehabilitation Center where he led weekly group counseling sessions as well as one-on-one counseling for the men who lived at the 9-month program facility. 

Kenneth is a small business owner, and currently works for Saint Andrew’s Theological College and Seminary overseeing their media and web development and is a manuscript editor for books and publications for Saint Andrew’s and the Orthodox Anglican Church.

Reared in the Great Books philosophy of education, Kenneth is an avid reader and having completed the Western Canon of literature decades ago, spends his free time studying theology and church history, as well as playing golf daily with his youngest son who is homeschooled and enrolled in Excelsior Classes. 

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