Israel is a country that is loved, hated, and often misunderstood by much of the world. Who really belongs there? Why is Jerusalem so important? Why do some believe in a messiah who will put things right? Amidst this seemingly endless battle over land and religion, surfing has emerged as an escape from the controversy. Promised Land is a unique look at this ancient place through the lives of two friends from different faiths, brought together by their love of the oceans that separate them.
Biblica: The Bible Atlas
By. Prof. Barry J. Beitzel
A Social and Historical Journey through the Lands of the Bible
Atlas of the Bible
By. Carl G. Rasmussen
For all lovers of the Bible, this major revision of the Gold Medallion Award-winning Zondervan NIV Atlas of the Bible is a visual feast that will help you experience the geography and history of Scripture with unprecedented clarity.
The Biblical World: An Illustrated Atlas
By. Jean-Pierre Isbouts & Bruce Chilton
Casting the tumultuous history of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam against the rich canvas of the Near East, The Biblical World reveals how three great religions emerged from the same cradle.
Israel Milk & Honey for the Soul
By. Rita Hemby
Take a journey through time as you read the pages of Israel: Milk and Honey for the Soul. You will become the student sitting at the feet of the teacher learning the history and significance of each location referenced. This book is a compilation of real-life incidences in the land of Israel and provides spiritual insights and applications from the heart of the land.
How to walk in the Footsteps of Jesus and the Prophets
By. Hela Crown-Tamir
The purpose of How to Walk in the Footsteps of Jesus and the Prophets is to enable the Christian pilgrim and tourist to look up a Biblical site quickly in its alphabetical form, read the Biblical references and travel to the sites throughout Israel and the Kingdom of Jordan.
The Holy Land : An Illustrated Guide to its History, Geography, culture and Holy Sites
By. George W. Knight
Visit the Holy Land, wherever you might be—with this beautifully illustrated guide to the history, culture, geography and biblical key sites. This brand-new, readable reference transports you to the land where Abraham, David and Jesus lived, explaining the what, when, where and why of their stories—and many, many more.
Where Jesus Walked
By. Ken Duncan
In Where Jesus Walked, renowned photographer Ken Duncan introduces readers to awe-inspiring photos of places in and around Israel where Jesus lived, died and rose again.
In the Footsteps of Paul
By. Ken Duncan
The lens of renowned photographer Ken Duncan traces everywhere Paul is known to have traveled. Ken’s stunning photos, combined with Scripture and writings from noted authors, creates an exciting platform for experiencing the life and times of one of the apostles who introduced Jesus to the Roman world and beyond.
The Great Book of Archeology
By. White Star Publishers
Ancient through modern famous structures are included in this work.
Step into the world of the First Century Church as Rick Renner creates a panoramic experience of unsurpassed detail to transport you into the ancient lands of the seven churches of Asia Minor. Within the context of this fascinating — and, at times, shocking — historical backdrop, Rick outlines challenges early believers faced in taking the Gospel to a pagan world.
A Day in the Life of Israel
By. Susan Wels
More than 60 photographers from more than a dozen countries were commissioned to shoot photos during one 24-hour period in May 1994. In short, "A Day in the Life of Israel" is like Israel itself, densely layered, wildly diverse, alternately brash and philosophical, pragmatic and insane - but, in the end, always fascinating and photogenic beyond belief. The 200 color and black/white images in this book were selected from nearly 100,000 shot on May 5, 1994. Maps and text accompany the photos. Exquisite presentation. Part of the "A Day in the Life" series.
Archeological Study Bible
Featuring a four-color interior, over 500 full-color photographs, in-text maps, detailed charts, study notes and cultural facts that bring the ancient biblical world to life. The Archaeological Study Bible will open your eyes to the archaeological, historical and cultural contexts of the stories you read and the people you meet in Scripture.
Reese Chronological Bible
By. Edward Reese
A chronology of the Word of God.
Why Care About Israel
By: Sandra Teplinsky
Sandra Teplinsky guides you through the mystery of God's relationship with Israel and the implications for Gentile believers today. Be part of this great unleashing of blessing in the twenty-first century as you share in God's passion for His ancient covenant people.
Why Still Care About Israel
By: Sandra Teplinsky
Conversation about the Arab-Israeli conflict usually starts by asking if God is for or against the Jewish state—or Palestinians, Arabs or Muslims. In this updated and urgent book, Sandra Teplinsky, an American-Israeli Jewish believer, shows why many Christians are asking the wrong questions about Israel. With gracious honesty and solid biblical insight, she unravels the mystery and controversy of Israel—and shows how it impacts you—by taking you into the Lord's passion for all humankind.