When describing the special garments of the High Priest, the Bible describes that along the hem of his robes could be found golden bells.
"On its hem make pomegranates of blue, purple, and crimson yarns, all around the hem, with bells of gold between them all around: a golden bell and a pomegranate, a golden bell and a pomegranate, all around the hem of the robe." (Exodus 28: 33 - 34)
In 2011, archeologists excavating in the City of David - the place where Jerusalem began - announce the discovery of a 2,000 year-old, small golden bell, believed to be one of those that adorned the robe of the High Priest, who served in the Temple.
City of David: Bringing the Bible to Life is a series of short videos highlighting archeological discoveries relating to the City of David - the place where Jerusalem began - affirming Jerusalem's Biblical heritage.
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Archaeologist Dr. Scott Stripling discuss the ritual stoneware discovered at Khirbet el-Maqatir, Israel. Topics include: Jesus turning water into wine in stone vessels, ritual purity, Leviticus 11 and 15, mikvaot, and the town of Ephraim in John 11:53-54.
Pastor Bryan Windle joins us to count down the Top Ten Discoveries from Biblical Archaeology for the 2020 calendar year. 2020 was a difficult and challenging year to be sure, and many excavations in the world of the Bible were cancelled. Nonetheless, there were still many important discoveries made which both affirmed details in Scripture and will help us understand the biblical text in greater detail.
Joel Kramer of SourceFlix joins us from Amman, Jordan to talk about an Egyptian Inscription from the Sudan referring to "the Nomads of Yahweh." This is the oldest known inscription mentioning the God of Israel, and it reveals fascinating truths about the accuracy of the Bible. For more, visit: www.BibleArchaeology.org
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