BIBLICAL ARCHAEOLOGY SOCIETY 2010-2011 PROGRAMS
BIBLE & ARCHAEOLOGY FEST XIII
“A great success,” according to participants and scholars
Bible & Archaeology Fest XIII, held this past weekend in Atlanta, GA, was a great success according to both participants and scholars. Participants raved about the “phenomenal” lineup of scholars. Scholars reported that it was a pleasure to lecture at The Fest to an audience eager to hear about and discuss new findings in Biblical studies and archaeology. Everyone departed looking forward to meeting again for The Fest next November in San Francisco, CA. Mark your calendars now for the weekend before Thanksgiving 2011, and come join us! View photos from The Fest on our Facebook page!
SEMINAR AT SEA
Cruise the Eastern Caribbean
January 23 – 30, 2011
Dr. Amy-Jill Levine, Vanderbilt University
Begin 2011 with a grand learning adventure in the eastern Caribbean. Aboard Holland America’s luxurious, brand-new MS Nieuw Amsterdam, create a lifetime of memories while learning about Jewish-Christian relations in the ancient world, and how popular misconceptions inform our understanding of these religions today. Come enjoy the congenial society of your BAS companions and meticulous attention to your comfort as world-renowned scholar and lecturer Dr. Amy-Jill Levine engages and illuminates with her exciting lecture program. Reserve your stateroom now.
A Journey Through the Ages
February 3 – 18, 2011
Amnon Wallenstein, master guide
Would you like to experience Israel in a more profound and personal manner than what is available on the usual tour? Come visit one of the world’s most sacred and history-drenched lands on an adventure that only we can provide. Join us as we take you on an extraordinary journey through the Holy Land where three of the world’s largest religions converge in history. Highlights include Jerusalem, Tiberias, Masada and Mt. Carmel. Find out more.
Seminar at Sea
Caribbean Cruise and Lecture Series
Jan 23 – 30, 2011
with Amy-Jill Levine