BAS Scholars Series with Thomas Davis

Sunday, June 2, 2024
2-3pm ET

Paul on Cyprus: Crossing the Divide
- Thomas Davis, Lipscomb University

The BAS Scholars Series program offers a quarterly, stand-alone presentation by noted scholars of the Bible and archaeology.

On June 2, 2024, join Thomas Davis for his compelling talk.


Paul on Cyprus: Crossing the Divide

Recent archaeological work on Cyprus allows a much better understanding of the context of the Pauline visit underscoring the cultural accuracy of the Acts account. A clearer picture of first century Cyprus is emerging, as a complex multi-cultural entity looking both east and west. When Paul arrived in Paphos, he had left his familiar environment and was open to new opportunities. These internal cultural divisions of the province help explain the change of Saul, the apostle to the Jews to Paul the apostle to the Gentiles.


Thomas Davis

Dr. Tom Davis has forty years of experience as an archaeologist, working extensively in Cyprus, the Near East, Egypt, Central Asia, and the United States. He started his archaeological career as a professional archaeologist for a private company in the USA from 1991-2003. [More Bio]


  • Full payment $10 per person
  • Registration Deadline May 31 at 9 pm ET
  • Recording will be available for participants to watch until TBD


If you are unable to fill out the electronic registration form, please contact the Travel/Study department at 1-800-221-4644, ext. 424.


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Biblical Archaeology Society
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