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... at the bottom we are told was where Uncle Leen and Auntie Kathleen were baptised (noting that a lot of the pool has been filled in now for safety reasons). Up there we read the passage about Saul and David hiding in the cave, when David cuts off the corner of Saul’s garment but refuses to kill the Lord’s anointed. The top of the spring is just beautiful, a stunning oasis where we could have spent a lot more ...
... all of the excavation is
conducted by the visitors like us.
Our tour guide, named Lena, was very nice and very informative. Lena
told us that she wasn’t an archeologist, she was a tour guide. The
majority of the people that worked on the site are actually tour guides
and only a few archeologists were there. We spent time in a cave filling
buckets with dirt and finding small artifacts. The cave was pretty
amazing. Lena told us about how the ...
Well that's it. We've completed the course and I think we're all exhausted. Rodney tried to get us involved in small group discussions this morning but I think we were over that. I didn't overhear too much on task conversation. We finished up with a day on the shore of the Mediterranean. After an early breakfast we boarded the bus for the two hour trip to Caesarea Maritima which is on the coast north of Tel Aviv. The city was once again the brainchild of Herod the Great. ...
... of raising Lazarus from the dead.
Moses picked us up in the bus again and then dropped us off at the Sanctuary of the Dominus Flevit in order for us to begin a hike down the Mount of Olives to Gethsemane. While at the Sanctuary, we read Matthew 24, which was the first half of the Olivet Discourse, and discussed views of the end time events it describes. Hiking further down the hill, we came to the Garden of Gethsemane. This was probably one of the ...
... is a published scholar who researched the historical, political and social life of Jerusalem. Her current research focuses on democratization in the Middle East, US Middle Eastern relations, and the interaction of religion with politics. Recently Riman completed a Fulbright scholarship at Marquette University, Wisconsin. Riman is committed to the prosperity and national aspirations of the Palestinian people. She believes in developing strong and ...