On a hot June afternoon in central Israel, a team of archeologists meticulously digs on a hillside.  Thanks to pop culture and Hollywood, our mental image of archeology often times conjures up images of fedora hats and bullwhips.

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During the production of Searching for a King, our team has the privilege of meeting a lot of wonderful people. One of those experts that we’ve had the chance to interview is Dr. Scott Stripling, an archeologist with the Associates for Biblical Research.

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January 10, 2018

Pool of Siloam :90

Remains of the Pool of Siloam in Jerusalem.  This is the location of Jesus' miracle where He healed a man born blind by putting mud on his eyes.  

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January 10, 2018

Beit Shan :60

Ruins of the ancient city of Beit Shan.  Jesus visited this city when He preached to the Gentiles.  This is one of the cities of the Decapolis.

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What do we know about the first-century village of Magdala? Not much is said about this town in the Bible, but a few conclusions can be drawn because of its geographic location. Archeologists are also making amazing discoveries in this town that reveal an industry that was thriving in the time of Jesus; an industry that we read about on several occasions in scripture.

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Located on the southwest corner of the Temple Mount, this first century street was uncovered by Israeli archaeologists after the Six Days War in 1967. Featuring wonderful examples of Herodian architecture in the walls and shop fronts, this street was one of the main public areas in the city of Jerusalem and undoubtedly used by many of the early disciples of the time.

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