The BAS Scholars Series provides engaging online lectures by noted scholars of the Bible and archaeology. Each insightful, hour-long talk via Zoom focuses on one select subject of the speaker’s expertise. And best of all you can enjoy a recorded video of the talk approximately one week after each event!
June 19 at 3–4 PM Eastern
New Views on the Philistines: What Archaeology Reveals about Goliath and His Peers
Hear about the latest archaeological research that has dramatically changed our understanding of the biblical Philistines and their culture during the Iron Age (c. 1200–586 B.C.E.).
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
September 15 at 8–9 PM Eastern
(formerly September 8)
The Archaeology of Qumran 75 Years after the Discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls
Explore the archaeological remains of Qumran, plus examine the meaning and significance of the Dead Sea Scrolls since their discovery in the late 1940s.
King’s College London
December 8 at 8–9 PM Eastern
Mary Magdalene: Memory and Mystery at Dura Europos
Discover how to recognize Mary Magdalene’s image which has differed greatly between the art of the early eastern church and that of contemporary portrayals.
Journalist and Author
March 8 at 8-9 PM Eastern
Holy City Hotspot: Exploring Jerusalem's Acropolis
At the heart of Jerusalem lies the enormous platform that Jews call the Temple Mount and Muslims name the Noble Sanctuary.
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