'Whose Holy Land?' releases July 27 and the timing couldn't be better
July 17, 2020
Anyone who has heard a lecture by Kenneth Hanson, Ph.D., coordinator of the Judaic Studies at UCF, knows how passionate he is about telling the history of Israel through its archaeological finds. Hanson is a natural storyteller who makes the past come to life through his books (almost a dozen), blogs, podcasts, radio, videos and television (The History Channel).
A scholar of Hebrew language and the history of the Jewish people, Hanson has just completed a new book whose timing is perfect as Israel prepares to give sovereignty to areas in Judea and Samaria. "Whose Holy Land? Archaeology Mee...
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