Historical Geography of the Holy Land
8 Lessons about the geography of the Bible (Based on Deuteronomy 1:6-8).
In this course you will learn that geography is the study of places and the relationships between people and their environments. Geographers explore both the physical properties of Earth's surface and the human societies spread across it.
You will learn how geography seeks to understand where things are found, why they are there, and how they develop and change over time and how it effected the daily lifestyle of the people in Biblical times.
Meet Your Instructor
Andre Moubarak is the owner and founder of Twins Tours & Travel Ltd. in Israel. Born into a Christian family along the Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem’s Christian Quarter, Andre is a licensed tour guide and an ordained minister, leading numerous groups through the Holy Land each year and teaching them about the Aramaic/Jewish roots of Jesus.
The first video of this course is free, you can buy this course to see all the videos.
This is my podcast Link to learn more about the geography of the Bible:
This PDF have a lot of details 39 pages of information about all the geography of the land
In this course you will learn at your own pace, No matter where you are, you can learn about the Geography of the Bible in your own time, comfort, and convenience.
Introduction: Abraham Journey
Lesson 1: The Coastal Plain
Lesson 2: Shephelah, Low Land
Lesson 3: Hill Country, The Mountain Ridge
Lesson 4: The Galilee
Lesson 5: The Golan Heights
Lesson 6: The Jordan Valley & The Wilderness
Lesson 7: The Desert, Negev, Beersheva
In the introduction lesson, you will trace Abraham Journey from Ur of the Chaldean to the promised land and learn about the fertile valleys. And then the Tigris and the Euphrates. What used to be called Mesopotamia.
Geography of the Land - Introduction
The Coastal Plain
Shephelah, Low Land
Hill Country, The Mountain Ridge
The Golan Heights
The Jordan Valley & The Wilderness