Evidence in Israel

If you visit Israel, make sure to take a “swim” in this mineral rich body of water. “Swim” is in quotes because it is almost 33% salt and you have incredible buoyancy. Basically, it’s impossible to drown – as the salt lifts the upper...

Engedi (or Ein Gedi) oasis and a nature reserve located west of the Dead Sea, near Masada and the Qumran Caves. Scriptural Significance Engedi shows up a number of times in the Bible:   In 2 Chron. 20:2, it is called “Hazazon-tamar” and is where Moabites &...

Along the northwest shore of the Dead Sea is found Qumran (meaning, “Two Moons”).  This location appears just briefly in Scripture. Known as the “City of Salt” (see Joshua 15: 62), it fell within the confines of territory allotted to the Tribe of Judah. Qumran is...

Jericho is one of oldest cities on earth and is also one of lowest at 1050 feet below sea level. The town has formed up around an oasis and is actually called the ‘City of Palm Trees’ in Judges 1: 16; 3: 13. Its recent history has certainly...

Formed from springs and run-off waters at the base of Mount Hermon, the Jordan River flows along the Syro-African Rift.  The elevation at the foot of Mount Hermon is 250 feet above sea level. By the time it reaches the Sea of Galilee, it reaches 600 feet...