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The New Testament Era 25 - 100 AD

Archaeological and historical articles and media examining the events from the Intertestamental and New Testament Era, circa 25 - 150 A.D.


Rev. Gary Byers discusses the historical events surrounding the Birth of Christ. Part One includes an introduction to the relevant biblical texts.

Living in Israel for the past five years, I have spent time with both shepherds and fishermen. Today's video short brings to life Matthew 4:18-19 where we learn that Peter is a fishermen on the Sea of Galilee who leaves everything to follow Jesus.

This article outlines the debate over the location of Bethsaida.

The tenth excavation season of the ABR-sponsored dig at Khirbet el-Maqatir was conducted from May 28 to June 8, 2012, under the direction of the author.[1] The following report provides readers with the most up to date information from our excavations in Israel as we continue to uncover evidence related to the events of Joshua chapters 7-8.

The Lord Jesus was in the region of Caesarea Philippi when He asked His disciples: 'Who do men say that I am?' What prompted Him to ask this question? I believe the geography and archaeology of the area gives us a clue. Jesus and His disciples walked the Roman road from Bethsaida toward Caesarea Philippi when they came across a beautiful temple built to honor Caesar Augustus, a mere mortal man who was deified by the Roman Senate upon his death, but a man who was venerated as a deity in life in the Eastern Roman Empire.

There are few events in world history that are 'game changers,' that change the course of human history and civilization. December 7, 1941 stands out because it was a 'day that will live in infamy.' That was the day the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor which led the United States into World War II. 

Question and Answer session with Rev. Gary Byers about the Pool of Siloam, and the miracle associated with the blind man of John 9.

Rev. Gary Byers explains the archaeology and history of the Pool of Siloam, and the miracle associated with the blind man of John 9.


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