Biblical Expeditions uniquely utilizes a four-dimensional approach for reading and understanding the Bible, which recognizes the distinct relationship between the Bible and its lands. The lands provide a doorway through which we can better understand the Bible, through its spatial, historical, cultural, and spiritual settings.
Space, place, and geography is the stage of the biblical story
History is “man’s reflection upon his past,” and the Bible reflects the history of the Jewish people and the land of Israel over hundreds and thousands of years....
The Bible must be read within the context of its contemporary culture.
Spiritual—The Bible reflects the religious beliefs and outlooks of the ancient writers.