Monday, November 11, 2019 at 6:30 PM EST
Friday, November 15, 2019 at 12:00 PM EST

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Foundation For Evangelism 
125 North Lakeshore Drive
Lake Junaluska, NC 28745

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Leslie Butters 
Intentional Growth Center 

About the Instructor

Dr. James Fleming is recognized around the world as a gifted educator and lecturer who is able to bring the Scriptures alive by placing them in their original context. He combines his Biblical scholarship, his study of geology and geography with his vast knowledge of archaeological discoveries that support and illuminate scripture. He lived and worked as an archaeologist and educator for over forty years in Israel, where he also trained Israeli and Palestinian tour guides for certification in the Roman and Byzantine Periods. Since earning his Ed.D. from Southwestern Theological Seminary, he has developed Biblical studies using multimedia, interactive models, and site visits. He founded the Scripture Gardens at the Ecumenical Institute in Jerusalem and Ein Karem, including a multimedia and map classroom. After coming to the United States he had founded and developed the Biblical History Center in LaGrange, GA and is now developing the Sea of Galilee Encounter also in LaGrange. He currently serves as the President and CEO of the Board of Directors of Encounters in Archaeology and continues to lecture in the US, the Middle East and other lands related to Biblical history. 



Day 1:  First seminar session begins at 7:00 pm with registration as you arrive. 

Day 2:  Second session is from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon with a break. The third session is from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm with a break. The evening is free.

Day 3:  Fourth session begins at 9:00 am and concludes with lunch. 


with Dr. James Fleming
"The Illusive Archaeology of the Exodus," November 11-13, 2019
"Biblical Roots of Interfaith Conflcit and Understanding," November 13-15, 2019
Foundation for Evangelism - Lake Junaluska, NC

The Illusive Archaeology of the Exodus | November 11-13, 2019

In  this  seminar  we  will study the sparse archaeological clues that, with a discerning eye, can be examined to reveal how life would have been during the Exodus.

Topics include:

  • Oppression and Salvation Geography
  • The Pharaoh who “Knew not Moses”
  • The Ten Plagues and Archaeology
  • The Exodus and the Red Sea
  • The Holy Mountain and Archaeology
  • The Wilderness Wandering Stories


Biblical Roots of Interfaith Conflict and Understanding |       November 13-15, 2019

This seminar begins with a foundational understanding of the roots of interfaith conflict and continues with an informed conversation about possible responses and solutions.

Topics include:

  • Jewish, Christian and Muslin Hyper-Fundamentalism
  • Origins & History of Three Major Faith Traditions in the Middle East
  • The Problem of Killing in the Bible: The Struggle with Power and Justice
  • The Difficulty of Wanting God to Be on Our Side
  • Trying to Understand Those Who Hate for God
  • What Are Appropriate Christian Responses to Conflict, War and Terrorism?


Program Fees and Accomodations

Program only, 1 seminar: $202.00; w/ book: $227.00

Program only, 2 seminars: $322.00; w/ book: $372.00

Accomodations are additional and are made separately, reserved at a location of the participant's choosing. Accomodations are the responsibility of the participant.