I’m planning to help lead a trip to Israel in October:
There are still some spots available for others to join us.
More info here.
The front matter of Robert H. Gundry’s A Survey of the New Testament (4th ed.; Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2003) lists Todd Bolen’s Pictorial Library of Bible Lands in his “permissions and credits.”
I looked into it, and I recently obtained a complete set of the newest edition of Todd Bolen’s Pictorial Library of Bible Lands (18 vols.). It released in May 2012, and it’s selling now for $389. [Read more…] about Pictorial Library of Bible Lands
I have 17 Bible atlases in my library, and I’ve used several others. I’m very much an amateur at this (I still haven’t visited the Middle East!), but for what it’s worth, these are my favorite four Bible atlases:
Several of my friends have profited immensely from studying at Jerusalem College University, where they diligently study the land of the Bible with maps prepared by James M. Monson. I recently learned from his son, John Monson (an OT professor at TEDS), about this new edition:
James M. Monson with Steven P. Lancaster. Regions on the Run: Introductory Map Studies in the Land of the Bible. 3rd ed. Rockford, IL: Biblical Backgrounds, 2009. 40 pp.
This superb overview is also available in a three-product bundle.
From Monson’s website:
The land of the Bible is the “playing board of biblical history.” Much of the Bible’s most compelling teaching is embedded in events played out on this board.