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The Mighty Bear, A Two-Horned RamIran, Ancient Persia
Visit with us astounding historic sites in Iran (ancient Persia) like Ecbatana, Pasargadae, Persepolis, and Shushan. We will learn about the famous Persian kings mentioned in the Bible (Cyrus the Great, Cambyses, Darius I, Xerxes, Artaxerxes Longimanus) and the most famous battles (battle of Marathon, battle of Thermopylae).
Mighty Nations Almighty GodThe Pergamon Museum – Berlin, Germany
A unique collection of artifacts from the Ancient Middle East in the Pergamon Museum in Berlin is a real treasure for every Bible student. The tour shows the connections between the historical events of the powerful nations of the past and the deeds of God.
Children – Jehovah Always Wins!Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Children, travel over 3000 years back in time following along with the 10 plagues and see that no one is like our Sovereign Lord!
Your Word Is TruthThe Israel Museum - Jerusalem, Israel
You will learn about Bible history and prophecy as well as Biblical archaeology. Furthermore, you will learn about historical persons in connection with the Bible.
Theocratic History Tour: Out of DarknessAllegheny and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
This tour will no doubt convince you that Jehovah God used Brother Russell and his associates (starting in the 1870s) to bring spiritual light to deserving mankind.
The Wheat and the WeedsVatican Museums, Vatican City
In his illustration of the wheat and the weeds, Jesus gives us a panoramic view of developments that would occur during a period of some 2,000 years. What does this parable reveal?
The Rise of the King of the NorthThe State Hermitage Museum - St. Petersburg, Russia
During our virtual tour, we will learn many interesting details about the history of religion in Russia, the Russian Revolution in 1917, and Soviet Communism.
Seven Kings: The Second King, AssyriaThe Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, NY
The Bible's history and prophecy are linked to seven world powers. In this tour, we will discuss the Second World Power: Assyria.
Seven Kings: The First King, EgyptThe Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, NY
The Bible's history and prophecy are linked to seven world powers. In this tour, we will discuss the First World Power: Egypt.
Louvre – Religion’s Future In View of It’s Past – Part 2 of 2The Louvre - Paris, France
Our tour will present a concise, and yet comprehensive history of world religion, from its early years down to modern times. A glance into the rearview mirror of history will enable us to look into religion’s future. The tour consists of two parts.
Louvre – Religion’s Future In View of It’s Past – Part 1 of 2The Louvre - Paris, France
One of the Bible’s most dramatic prophecies is about the mysterious symbolic woman described in the book of Revelation. Who is this influential woman? Why does a wild beast attack her? What has she done to deserve this violent end?
Jehovah: The Protector of TruthNational Museum of Antiquities - Netherlands
On this tour, you’ll experience how Bible truth was integrated into Egyptian beliefs and how it was also tainted from a very early start and how the very early truth from Jehovah was corrupted by Satan and brought into the Egyptian culture.
In the Footsteps of JesusWohl Archaeological Museum / Mount of Olives / Pools of Bethzatha - Jerusalem, Israel
Let us visit some of the major archaeological sites in Jerusalem and see how archaeology matches Bible history. Some of these discoveries shed light upon some of the important events in Jesus’ life.
For the Word of God is Alive and Exerts PowerThe Norton Simon Museum - Pasadena, CA
“The word of God is alive,” states Hebrews 4:12. As you read the Scriptures, let God’s message live in your mind by imagining what the Bible characters were seeing. Try to hear what they were hearing and feel what they were feeling.
Courageous Guardians of the SwordMuseum of the Bible - Washington, D.C.
The Bible is the most widely published book in history. Throughout history, many developed such a deep love for the Bible that they risked their lives to preserve it against all odds. Join us as we champion some of these courageous Guardians of the Sword.
1914 – The Year That Changed The WorldVienna (Austria) and Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Very few people expected 1914 to be anything other than an ordinary year. But unlike the world at large, the Jehovah’s Witnesses expected 1914 to be a pivotal year long before it arrived. How did Bible prophecies help them to expect these developments?