At the 2015 ASOR Annual Meeting, I met with Dr. James Strange and Dr. Daniel Warner to talk about their Virtual Bible Project: Animated Mapping Series. They hope to present on the project at the 2016 ASOR Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas.
Dr. Warner is the professor of Old Testament and Archaeology at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, and is a co-director of the Tel Gezer Water System excavation and preservation project. Dr. Strange is the Professor of Religious Studies and Distinguished University Professor at the University of South Florida. And has served as Chairperson of Religious Studies and as Dean of the College of Arts and Letters.
For more information on the Virtual Bible Project, email Dr. Warner or watch the video below.
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