Beth Baal Peor  

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From Ancient Idolatry to Contemporary Treasure Hunts  Beth Baal Peor: Unearthing a Biblical Enigma   Beth Baal Peor stands as a testament to the tumultuous spiritual journey of the ancient Israelites. Near Mount Nebo in present-day Jordan, this ancient locale is historically associated with Baal worship.  The biblical narrative, particularly in the book of Numbers chapter…

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Deciphering History in Stone 

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What Do Tabuk’s Ancient Petroglyphs Reveal?  The rugged landscapes of the Tabuk region of northwest Saudi Arabia are more than just a stretch of barren land. They are a canvas bearing the imprints of ancient civilizations that once thrived here, intertwined with events straight from the Biblical era. Our exploration into this region has uncovered…

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Sinai in Arabia: Unveiling the Giants of Amalek? 

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A Journey into Arabia’s Forgotten Biblical Past  Joel Richardson’s profound understanding of Saudi Arabia’s Biblical relevance and its archaeological treasures brought fresh perspectives to light when he took eleven of our interested expeditioners on a special visit to a site he had previously discovered. It is located on the side of Jabal Maqla within reach…

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Documentation of Midian – How do we know Moses was Here?

Inscription Teachings Near Amalakite Lands

By Jennifer Bartlett Midian (Madian in Arabic) is mentioned in the Bible over 60 times and in the Quran at least ten times. Known to many as the land where Moses fled from Egypt in Exodus 2:15-22, Midian/Madian was home to the priest Jethro, who is also called Reuel and is known by locals as…

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The Great Secret – God Gave us the Alphabet at Mount Sinai

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It is written on the rocks at Mount Sinai in Arabia.  It is explained quite clearly in Scripture.  The tablets were “the work of God and the writing was the writing of God.”  You shall teach your children to read and to write and to do numbers.  The “writing of God” is not only at…

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The Cartouche of Rameses III in the Saudi Arabian Desert

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By Pamela Laurion Venturing deep in the Hisma Desert of Saudi Arabia along with a trusty 4-wheeled drive and a good guide one will find an ancient Egyptian military-style camp surrounded by large boulders and rocky mounds. The rocks surrounding the camp are littered with petroglyphs and ancient Thamudic and Sabean inscriptions. Our Bible study tour…

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Saudi Arabia is Softly Releasing Sites of the Ancient Jewish Tribes

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Khaybar Living Passages’ newest Biblical destinations in Saudi also spans the area known as the Hejaz. While our background has been on teaching and leading expeditions to the sites of the Exodus, this blog post focuses on one of the areas of antiquity of the Jewish Tribes who lived at Mecca, Medina (Madinah), Tayma (Tema),…

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Living Passages in The New York Times!

Saudi Arabia Wants Tourists. It Didnt Expect Christians. The New York Times Article

Saudi Arabia Wants Tourists. It Didn’t Expect Christians. In a fluid new age for the conservative Islamic kingdom, evangelicals have become some of its most enthusiastic visitors. The caravan of five Toyota Land Cruisers raced across Saudi Arabia’s rocky desert, weaving onto a highway so new it was not on the map. At the cleft…

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Jethro, Priest of Midian – Saudi Arabia Tour Destination

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Archaeology has confirmed the location of biblical Midian, the place where the Bible says Moses fled to seek refuge after killing an Egyptian (Ex. 2:12-15). It was near the ancient city of Madyan, modern-day al Bad’, that Moses may have unwittingly rescued his future wife Tzipporah and her sisters from some water-hoarding shepherds (Ex. 2:16-17).…

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