Dr. DeLancey is broadcasting this podcast from Beersheba, Israel. He and the group he is leading are through Day 9 of their 14 day Israel Tour. Hear the tour highlights up through Day 9 on this podcast.
This is a unique podcast about Christmas and the perspectives of 20th theologian and martyr, Dietrich Bonhoeffer. This Lutheran pastor shared many wonderful thoughts about the Advent & Christmas Season. Dr. DeLancey shares highlights of Bonhoeffer's writings about Christmas!
Each Israel tour is life-changing. We learn many spiritual lessons that help take our walk of faith with Christ to a new level. This podcast includes a few of these lessons learned on our most recent November, 2016 Israel trip.
Most biblical cities were well fortified by being surrounded by stone walls and gates. Some cities even had a double wall. Dr. John talks about a few of these cities and fortifications. What "walls" are you facing in your walk of faith? What "gate" does God want to lead you through? Be strong and trust in Him, for He will never leave you nor forsake you!
The Dead Sea Scrolls were found in a total of 11 caves nearby the site Qumran located on the NW corner of the Dead Sea. On our tours, we actually make available the option to climb to Cave 1 where in 1947 the first seven scrolls were found. Go to www.biblicalisraeltours.com to learn more about traveling to Israel with us and seeing Qumran firsthand!
Some very recent and interesting archaeological discoveries have just been publicized. Four of these discoveries are highlighted in this podcast: An ancient toilet found at Lachish, Temple tiles from the Temple Mount, a bulla - seal inscription bearing the name of Hezekiah at the City of David, and 200 skeletons of ancient Philistines at Ashkelon.
This is a podcast recorded from Israel. Dr. DeLancey is leading the September 2016 13 Day Israel & Jordan Tour. The podcast covers a description of Days 1-8 of this tour (the following podcast will cover the rest of the trip - Judean Desert & Jerusalem). Discover how life-changing a tour to Israel really as the Bible comes alive!
The Sea of Galilee is a fresh body of water about 13 miles long and nearly 7 miles at its widest point. 2,000 years ago, this was the primary region of Jesus' ministry. It is here where Jesus called some of His disciples, taught from its shores, performed miracles, and calmed the storms. Learn more about this lake called Kinneret today ("harp"). Length of podcast: 20 minutes.