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.
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Sunday, June 4 at 3-4pm Eastern
A Wise Woman and a Bearded Man: Seven Seasons of Excavation at Tel Abel Beth Maacah
The site of Tel Abel Beth Maacah in the Hula Valley on the modern border between Israel, Lebanon and Syria, reflects its geopolitical situation in the Iron Age, when it was at the crossroads of the ancient Israelites, Arameans and Phoenicians.
Vanderbilt Divinity School
Thursday, September 28 at 8-9pm Eastern
Free Health Care Is a Miracle: Psalm 8, Jesus, and the Jerusalem Temple
To the chief priests and scribes angered over Jesus’s reception by children in the Temple, Jesus cites Psalm 8:2, “Have you never read, ‘Out of the mouths of infants and nursing babies you have prepared praise for yourself’?” (Matthew 21:16).
Wednesday, December 6 at 8-9pm Eastern
The Life of Jesus Written in Stone: The Earliest Commemorative Churches in Roman Palestine
During the age of Constantine, monumental commemorative churches dedicated to events in the life of Jesus first emerged in Roman Palestine.
Wednesday, March 6 at 1–2 PM Eastern
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