Bringing the Bible to Life

The Bible Lands—those areas of the Middle East mentioned in the Bible—and for many a fascination for travel and discovery!
It’s said that on the day of his assassination in 1865, even President Lincoln spoke of a trip to the Bible Lands when his term ended.
Travelers from Mark Twain to Theodore Roosevelt, missionaries, biblical scholars, diplomats, and archaeological experts have made a quest in the lands of the Bible!
The Israel Antiquities Authority has two million ancient artifacts in Israel’s National Treasures Collection—and new discoveries are being made
every day. They are sponsoring over 100 active archeological digs in Israel right now—including a dig at Tel-Shimron, one of the largest and most historically significant sites in Israel.
Thousands of ancient artifacts, many yet to be discovered, bringing the Bible’s history to life!
Engage with the Bible! Discover its rich history!

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