Thinking things through in a theological safe space
Renew Your Mind (RYM) is an initiative of the ACT to think things through in a Theological Safe Space. Each session will feature Dr Ron Choong, a theologian of science and investigative field scholar of civilizations, as he engages in conversations with friends who share his vision of being transformed by the renewing of the mind (Romans 12:2).
Watch the RYM conversations on our YouTube channel.
Has the pandemic hampered your wish to travel to NYC? If you’ve always wanted to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art, worry not. The next book, Mesopotamia, Science and the Bible - Treasures from the Metropolitan Museum of Art is coming soon.
Did you know this major museum houses major artifacts relevant to your faith? Ever wondered where Abraham, Isaac and Jacob lived? What were the contemporary, cultural, political and social contexts from which Israel emerged as a nation? In this book, you will learn about the art and science of biblical archaeology, their contributions to biblical studies as well as their limitations as a tool to reconstruct the past.
We will examine selection of important artifacts from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s ANE collection relevant to the Jewish Bible with reference to their geohistorical and theological contexts.
This will be a hard-cover, full color book filled with many infographics and pictures of the artifacts from the museum. It’s like you’re there without leaving your home!
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