ABH Topic Library
A Day's Journey
Baring the Arm
Camels and Needles
Captives and their Necks
--Cauls and Tires
Chaplets and Temperance
--Cheese and Pledges
Chronology 690 BC-70AD
Clouds of Doves
Cords and Rings
Cushions and Kerchiefs
Dial of Ahaz
Disease and Cures
Dust - Heathen
Feast of Dedication
Fields with Treasures
--Fiery Furnace and Hours
Kicks and Pricks
Prophets - Sons of
Strain Gnats & Swallow Camels
--Tears in a Bottle
--Three Days & Three Nights
Thorns and Grain
Twigs Up the Nose
Walls - Untendered
Vinegar and Corn
Weights and Measures
Yahweh and Jehovah
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The Bible is a fascinating and multilayered historical document written in
history and revealing centuries of ancient history.
Here at ABH, we believe that the best way to read and understand the Bible
is to view scripture through the eyes of the ancients. Considering the time, original languages,
the customs, culture and traditions of its day allows the people, places and
events within its pages to be fully appreciated.
Interpreted and considered in an appropriate context, the Bible's meanings
and its message becomes excitingly obvious.
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You are invited to join our discussion of the Bible from an Historical Perspective
Since 2000 AD, Ancient Bible History
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researching the Bible. The list is unique in that it discusses the
Bible, the Biblical
world and the ancient events described within its pages from a purely
Topics discussed on list are drawn from both the Old and New Testament;
politics, religions, culture, events, people, geography, warfare, languages and
translation, chronologies, archaeology and more. Beginning of Biblical
time to 400AD.
We offer something for everyone. Stimulating discussions, reoccurring ABH
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Current members include professional and non-professional scholars,
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