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Discoveries of a Lifetime – Five (5) Course Series

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1 x The Wonders of Egypt

The discoveries of the ancient past help to confirm the truthfulness and authenticity of the Bible, Archaeology does not prove the Bible is true. It does provide additional information outside the record of scripture that reinforces the biblical narrative. The past informs the present. The Wonders of Egypt is the first of five courses in The Discoveries of a Lifetime series taught by Dr. Mark Finley and Dr. Michael G. Hasel.

In this study of Biblical Archaeology, you will:

  • Learn about Egypt, its fantastic priceless treasures, awesome monuments, ancient temples, and its culture
  • Learn the fascinating connections between the Bible and Egyptian culture, for ex. the story of Joseph, the Ishmaelites and their trade practices, the birth of Moses, the Hittites, who are mentioned 28 times in the Bible and much more
  • Discover the mathematical precision of the Pyramids at Giza
  • Learn how the pyramids were built
  • Discover the most fascinating discovery in all of Egypt - King Tutankhamen's Tomb
  • Discover the amazing secrets of the desert, like the Rosetta stone
  • Receive the lecture and the notes from Dr. Finley and Dr. Hasel
  • And much more ...
What is Biblical Archaeology? The name refers to a special focus of archaeology within a certain location at a certain point in time. The fact that it’s Biblical Archaeology means that excavations are typically limited to areas mentioned in the Bible; places such as modern-day Israel, Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, etc. The time period includes, but is not limited to, 1,400 BCE (late Bronze Age) through the first century BCE. The aim of Biblical Archaeology is to find physical evidence that would shed light on people, places, events, and customs described in the Bible. (Reference: Ashley Echard, contributing writer for Christian Broadcasting Network)

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secrets of Babylon

1 x The Hidden Secrets of Babylon

The discoveries of the ancient past help to confirm the truthfulness and authenticity of the Bible. Archaeology does not prove the Bible is true. It does provide additional information outside the record of scripture that reinforces the biblical narrative. The past informs the present. The Hidden Secrets of Babylon is the second of five courses in The Discoveries of a Lifetime series taught by Dr. Mark Finley and Dr. Michael G. Hasel.

In this study of Biblical Archaeology, you will:

  • Learn about the Babylonian culture
  • Learn the fascinating connections between the Bible, prophecy and the ancient city of Babylon, for ex. the inscriptions of King Nebuchadnezzar, The Babylonian Chronicles that accurately record the capture of Jerusalem, and much more
  • Learn quick facts about the city of Babylon
  • Discover Saddam Hussein's fascination with King Nebuchadnezzar and how that may have contributed to his downfall in Iraq
  • Receive the lecture and the notes from Dr. Finley and Dr. Hasel
  • And much more ...
What is Biblical Archaeology? The name refers to a special focus of archaeology within a certain location at a certain point in time. The fact that it’s Biblical Archaeology means that excavations are typically limited to areas mentioned in the Bible; places such as modern-day Israel, Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, etc. The time period includes, but is not limited to, 1,400 BCE (late Bronze Age) through the first century BCE. The aim of Biblical Archaeology is to find physical evidence that would shed light on people, places, events, and customs described in the Bible. (Reference: Ashley Echard, contributing writer for Christian Broadcasting Network)

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Fantastic Finds in Ancient Lands

1 x Fantastic Finds in Ancient Lands

Fantastic finds in the Middle East have stimulated a greater interest in the lands of the Bible. Archaeology does not prove the Bible is inspired, but it does present evidence for seeking minds that confirms its authenticity. Fantastic Finds in Ancient Lands is the third of five courses in The Discoveries of a Lifetime series taught by Dr. Mark Finley and Dr. Michael G. Hasel.

In this study of Biblical Archaeology, you will:

  • Discover historical facts about ancient cities (Tyre, Caesarea, and others) mentioned in the Bible
  • Discover fascinating archaeological evidence, which proves the collapse of the walls of Jericho
  • Learn how the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls provides overwhelming evidence of God's protection of the authenticity of the copying of scriptures down through the ages
  • Learn how the discovery of Saigon's Palace proves the existence of this King of Assyria mentioned in Isaiah 20:1
  • Learn when and where archaeologist discovered physical evidence of the oldest known biblical text in the world (Numbers 6:24-26)
  • Receive the lecture and the notes from Dr. Finley and Dr. Hasel
  • And much more ...
What is Biblical Archaeology? The name refers to a special focus of archaeology within a certain location at a certain point in time. The fact that it’s Biblical Archaeology means that excavations are typically limited to areas mentioned in the Bible; places such as modern-day Israel, Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, etc. The time period includes, but is not limited to, 1,400 BCE (late Bronze Age) through the first century BCE. The aim of Biblical Archaeology is to find physical evidence that would shed light on people, places, events, and customs described in the Bible. (Reference: Ashley Echard, contributing writer for Christian Broadcasting Network)

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in the footsteps of Jesus

1 x In the Footsteps of Jesus

Fantastic finds in the Middle East have stimulated a greater interest in the lands of the Bible. Archaeology does not prove the Bible is inspired, but it does present evidence for seeking minds that confirms its authenticity. In the Footsteps of Jesus is the fourth of five courses in The Discoveries of a Lifetime series taught by Dr. Mark Finley and Dr. Michael G. Hasel.

In this study of Biblical Archaeology, you will:

  • Discover historical facts about the city of Jerusalem, whose name means "City of Peace"
  • Learn how prophecy, history, and archaeology attest to the true identity of Jesus
  • Learn the Bible's formula for peace in the Middle East
  • Learn how to debunk the four (4) myths of the DaVinci code
  • Understand why some scholars refer to Jerusalem as the spiritual home of all humanity
  • Receive the lecture and the notes from Dr. Finley and Dr. Hasel
  • And much more ...
What is Biblical Archaeology? The name refers to a special focus of archaeology within a certain location at a certain point in time. The fact that it’s Biblical Archaeology means that excavations are typically limited to areas mentioned in the Bible; places such as modern-day Israel, Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, etc. The time period includes, but is not limited to, 1,400 BCE (late Bronze Age) through the first century BCE. The aim of Biblical Archaeology is to find physical evidence that would shed light on people, places, events, and customs described in the Bible. (Reference: Ashley Echard, contributing writer for Christian Broadcasting Network)

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Journey to Revelation 7 Churches

1 x A Journey to Revelation’s Seven Churches

Revelation is especially designed by God to reveal His plans and to unmask the plans of Satan. Its prophetic images tell the story of the triumph of Christ over all the forces of evil. Despotic powers rise and fall, but Jesus is eternal. His plans succeed. In spite of opposition and persecution, Jesus and His people are victorious. Archaeology does not prove the Bible is inspired, but it does present evidence for seeking minds that confirms its authenticity. A Journey to Revelation's Seven Churches is the fifth and final course in The Discoveries of a Lifetime series taught by Dr. Mark Finley and Dr. Michael G. Hasel.

In this study of Biblical Archaeology, you will:

  • Discover how John referenced the characteristics of the physical location of the seven churches, in Revelation, in his letter to each one
  • Learn vital spiritual lessons for today from the description of each of the seven churches
  • Learn how the messages to the seven churches call us to a deeper commitment to purity, faithfulness, and Jesus, who is triumphant over the forces of hell
  • Receive the lecture and the notes from Dr. Finley and Dr. Hasel
What is Biblical Archaeology? The name refers to a special focus of archaeology within a certain location at a certain point in time. The fact that it’s Biblical Archaeology means that excavations are typically limited to areas mentioned in the Bible; places such as modern-day Israel, Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, etc. The time period includes, but is not limited to, 1,400 BCE (late Bronze Age) through the first century BCE. The aim of Biblical Archaeology is to find physical evidence that would shed light on people, places, events, and customs described in the Bible. (Reference: Ashley Echard, contributing writer for Christian Broadcasting Network)

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Discoveries of a Lifetime – Five Course Series

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A Fascinating Journey Through the Lands of the Bible

Dr. Mark Finley and Dr. Michael Hasel invite you on a journey of a lifetime through the fascinating lands of the Bible. With these five (5) online courses, you can now take that journey on your smartphone, tablet, computer or any Internet-connected device – anywhere you are. In addition to the online video presentations, you will receive the lecture notes and a signed, digital certificate of completion in Biblical Archaeology at the conclusion of each course.
As you take each lesson, you will marvel at the incredible engineering feats of the Egyptian pyramids. Your heart will race as you travel to ancient Babylon and unfold centuries-old secrets. You will be amazed at how discoveries throughout the Middle East and especially in Israel, modern-day Iraq, Egypt, and other countries confirm the reliability of the Bible prophecies and writings.

When you purchase the five course series, you get it at the discounted price of $100.

Mark Finley serves as Assistant to the President of the General Conference, appointed at the 2010 General Conference Session in Atlanta. Prior to this, he became a vice president at the 2005 General Conference Session in St. Louis, after serving nearly two years as general field secretary at the world headquarters, directing the Center for Global Evangelism. As assistant to the president, he continues to work with evangelism and television as his primary portfolio. Michael G. Hasel, Ph.D., is Director of the Institute of Archaeology and Professor of Near Eastern Studies at Southern Adventist University in Collegedale, Tennessee.

Course titles:
1) The Wonders of Egypt
2) The Hidden Secrets of Babylon
3) Fantastic Finds in Ancient Lands
4) In the Footsteps of Jesus
5) A Journey to Revelation’s Seven Churches

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