Getting Into the Action      [Main Story]

BY GERALD A. KLINGBEIL

 he work of Southern Adventist University at Khirbet Qeiyafa, Israel, has just begun, and you can be part of a team that will excavate from June 16 to July 27, 2010. When you join the team of volunteers you will most likely miss the General Conference session in Atlanta, but will enjoy learning new skills, mixing and mingling with seasoned archaeologists, and traveling (over the weekends) to many sites that are relevant for readers of the Bible, including Jerusalem, Masada, Hazor, Caesarea Philippi, the Sea of Galilee, Petra, and the Red Sea.

Volunteers who would like to join the excavation team are not expected to have a degree in biblical archaeology. You just need to be motivated (in order to get up very early!) and physically fit to work as part of an excavation team. You can stay for only three weeks or decide to join for the entire season—and if you are a college student or a pastor you could actually earn 6 hours of undergraduate or graduate credit. You will receive field work training and learn to handle advanced equipment.
 
Get your hands dirty and plan for an unforgettable summer.

Check online at http://archaeology.southern.edu/dev/
index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=24&Itemid=33 or e-mail Michael Hasel directly at mhasel@southern.edu.





 
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