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Cedars of Lebanon

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What happened to the Cedars of Lebanon? My understanding is this: they were consumed by shipbuilders. I seem to recall reading many such ships were lost at the battle of Lepanto (1577). The Cedars…Continue

 

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Advent Reflection 2016

Posted on December 1, 2016 at 12:00am 0 Comments

The desert shall rejoice and blossom as a rose...

Isiah 35: 1 

Advent is a time of…

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Garden Reverie -- Climbing the Tree of Life

Posted on November 21, 2016 at 1:00am 0 Comments

For this we must again thank my Uncle Rodney Plyles, now a delegate to the House of Delegates in West Virginia, who led us to the Ohio's Gardens of Zoar. 

He noted the sycamore named in the Gospel reading from Luke and asked if it was the tree he knew.

It is not the American Sycamore.

It is the…

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Garden Reverie -- It All Started 75 Years Ago in America

Posted on November 7, 2016 at 12:30pm 0 Comments

Our society is translating the excellent book by Pastor Dr Katrin Stückrath: Bibelgärten: Entstehung, Gestaltung, Bedeutung, Funktion und Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven (Bible Gardens: Creation, Form, Meaning, Function and Interdisciplinary Perspectives).  The book presents a thorough overview of the history of Biblical Botanical Garden Movement. It turns out that the movement, our…

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Link to Bible Garens overview Link

Posted on October 11, 2016 at 1:15pm 0 Comments

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4Tf6L

Following this link will open our PowerPoint presentation about bible gardens. 

If you do not have PowerPoint , the work plays in Google Slides. 

Enjoy!

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At 12:50pm on June 20, 2014, John Sherck said…

Hello William,

These photos are from trial plots of grains I am conducting on our little farm here in Northern Indiana. My goal is to find a number of staple crops (grains and dry beans) that will grow successfully in our region. Once finding suitable crops, we save the seed and grow out larger plots the next season with the intent to offer the seed for sale to gardeners and homesteaders here in our local community. I raise only open-pollinated seed, most of which is heirloom/ancient varietals. While my focus is not specifically on Biblical crops, I do know that many of them are from that part of the world. The Sin El Pheel wheat is from Iraq.

At 12:39am on July 26, 2012, Dr. Ed Bez gave William Joseph Moran III a gift
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Sir William, I extend warmest of Birthday greetings to a friend and BBGS colleague
At 9:56am on March 9, 2011, Rev.Dr.Frank M. Gada said…
Hello,and Good Morning....Always nice to meet new people.    My Best. Re. Frank
At 6:03pm on February 04, 2011, Dr. Ed Bez gave William Joseph Moran III a gift
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William, we always send a red ribbon to our new members as a symbol of commitment to learn from one another. Welcome aboard!
At 6:00pm on February 4, 2011, Dr. Ed Bez said…
William,

I am delighted to welcome you to our community of learners. You are free to submit articles, launch forums, and pose questions relevent to biblical flora, fauna or history; especially manners and customs in the Ancient Middle East.

Dr. B
 
 
 

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