The Christian Traveler's Guide to the Holy Land
So you're going to Israel? Don't go without this guide. A trip to the Holy Land is, for most, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. In this one-stop guide, two professionals-Charles Dyer, a Bible scholar and veteran Holy Land tour guide,...
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So you're going to Israel? Don't go without this guide.
A trip to the Holy Land is, for most, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. In this one-stop guide, two professionals-Charles Dyer, a Bible scholar and veteran Holy Land tour guide, and Greg Hatteberg, graduate of the Institute of Holy Land Studies in Jerusalem-help you make the most of your trip.
With detailed maps and a full-color 16-page photo insert, this book walks you through five key biblical regions: Israel, Egypt, Greece, Jordan, and Turkey, giving you a preview of what's to come and helping you make the most of every moment along the way.
Packing lists, jet lag tips, passport requirements, and a wealth of other practical information will assure you that have everything you need, while a four-week prayer guide and Bible study prepare you for the spiritual journey you are about to take.
The Christian Traveler's Guide to the Holy Land traces the biblical events of over ninety of the most visited sites and will ensure that your trip is an exciting, spiritually satisfying, and unforgettable experience.
This revised edition features newly excavated sites, up-to-date photos and maps, and relevant advice for preparing for and preserving your trip.
Gregory A. Hatteberg (Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary) is director of admissions for Dallas Theological Seminary. He has completed graduate studies at the Institute of Holy Land studies in Jerusalem and has traveled extensively in Israel and beyond.
Charles H. Dyer (Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary) is an Old Testament scholar and Provost and Dean of Education of Moody Bible Institute. He has traveled extensively in the Middle East, including visits to Babylon in Iraq. He is a licensed tour guide for Israel and has taken over 50 trips to the Holy Land. He writes extensively on how modern day events in the Middle East fit into the fulfilment of Biblical prophecy from a dispensational perspective in such books as What's Next?, The Rise of Babylon, and Storm Clouds On The Horizon.