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IN SEARCH OF MEANING FROM
THE SANDS OF THE PAST


“ARCHAEOLOGY, THE ANCIENT WORLD,
AND THE BIBLE”


FREE seminar with Dr. Franke
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Gettysburg Seventh-day Adventist Church
1495 Biglerville Road
Gettysburg, PA 17325

Starting Friday, November 1 at 7: 00 pm

Continuing Nov 2: 11 AM and 7 PM; Nov 3: 7 PM; Nov 8: 7 PM; Nov 9: 11 AM and 7 PM; Nov 10: 7 PM.
(Note that on each Saturday (Nov 2 and 9), there are 2 events.)
    

The lands of the Bible are familiar terrain to Franke Zollman who has traveled extensively in Israel, Egypt, and Jordan investigating dozens of archaeological sites.  Within his personal collection are hundreds of ancient oil lamps and pieces of pottery which Zollman feels connects him with the ancient past.  “Each artifact has a story to tell, and holding each one is like holding history in your hand,” Zollman says with a smile.  Through lectures, slides, and actual ancient artifacts, Zollman makes the ancient world of the Bible come alive.

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Free Child Care for ages 2 - 7
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Franke Zollman received his Doctor of Ministry degree from Andrews University with his dissertation centering on archaeology and the Bible.  He has excavated on several sites – spending one summer as a supervisor at Tall el ‘Umayri near Amman, Jordan.  His lectures have been appreciated by hundreds of people in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Canada and Maryland.

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