Ancient Judaism and Christian Origins

What’s Up Down Under…in Israel?

For the past two summers Dr. R. Steven Notley (pictured right), Nyack’s Distinguished Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins, has served as the academic director for the El-Araj Excavation Project (EAEP) with Dr. Mordechai […]

Ancient Judaism and Christian Origins

National Geographic Article on Nyack’s Archaeological Dig Team Makes 2017 Editor’s Favorites List

Dr. R. Steven Notley, Nyack's Distinguished Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins was informed that National Geographic included the article, "The Real Story Behind the 'House of Jesus' Apostles' Discovery" among the magazine's… […]

Ancient Judaism and Christian Origins

Biblical Archaeology Society and Nyack’s Center for The Study of Ancient Judaism & Christian Origins NYC Event

Nyack’s Distinguished Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins Dr. R. Steven Notley will be the featured speaker presenting, “Unearthing Bethsaida-Julias: Has the City of the Apostles Been Found?” on Thursday, September 28 at 7:00 p.m. at the Nyack New York City… […]

Ancient Judaism and Christian Origins

New Testament City of Bethsaida Unearthed?

Evidence of New Testament City of Bethsaida

Unearthed in Archaeological Dig

Nyack College Distinguished Professor Dr. R. Steve Notley

Is Academic Director of  The El-Araj Excavation Project in Israel 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CONTACT:

Constance L. Diggs

646.378.6148… […]

Ancient Judaism and Christian Origins

El-Araj Excavation Update and Photo Gallery

Dr. R. Steven Notley, director and professor of Nyack College’s Ancient Judaism and Christian Origins(AJCO) graduate degree program and Dr. Jeffrey P. García, AJCO professor submitted their first weekly update (below) on the progress with the El-Araj Excavation in Israel led… […]

Ancient Judaism and Christian Origins

From Dr. Steve Notley in Israel: AJCO Dig Discovery!

Dr. R. Steven Notley, director of Nyack's Ancient Judaism and Christian Origins (AJCO), reported from the archaeological dig in Israel with the following update.  

Monday, July 10, 2017:  Great news! Today we uncovered portions of a mosaic floor from the Roman period. We… […]