Herod Antipas: An Archaeological Biography — Bible Archaeology Report

When Herod the Great died, his kingdom was divided among his sons by Caesar Augustus. Herod Antipater, better known as Antipas, was granted the right to rule Galilee and Perea. He was given the title of Tetrarch (“ruler of a quarter”), although he was sometimes known as King Herod, as his father had been (Mk […] via Herod Antipas: An Archaeological Biography — Bible Archaeology Report Continue reading Herod Antipas: An Archaeological Biography — Bible Archaeology Report

Agrippa II: An Archaeological Biography — Bible Archaeology Report

In our next bioarchaeography we’ll be exploring the life of the last Herodian King: Herod Agrippa II. With five different Herods mentioned in Scripture (not to mention a couple of Philips who may also have born the name Herod) it can be difficult to keep them straight, so here’s a quick summary: Herod the Great […] via Agrippa II: An Archaeological Biography — Bible Archaeology Report Continue reading Agrippa II: An Archaeological Biography — Bible Archaeology Report

From Arminianism to Calvinist

This account closely matches my own testimony of initially misreading the bible and holding to aberrant beliefs.   https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/romans-8-made-calvinist/ To this day, whenever I stand behind a pulpit and say things like “All true saints will persevere to the end and none will be lost,” I still have to pinch myself. I laugh inwardly and think, What would the 22-year-old me say if he could hear … Continue reading From Arminianism to Calvinist