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Vendyl Jones

Special Guest

Biography:

Known to many as the person the fictional character Indiana Jones was modeled after, Vendyl Jones is one of the world's foremost archeologists. As one of the most renowned authorities on Qumran and the Land of Israel, along with his expertise in archaeology and geology, and Greek and Hebrew, and the Scriptures, Vendyl is uniquely qualified to find the treasures of the Copper Scroll and the Ark of the Covenant.

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Past Shows:

Searching for Biblical Treasure

A veteran of 8 major excavations, Prof. Vendyl Jones, Wednesday night's guest, has spent years searching for the Ark of the Covenant in Israel. Following the inscriptions on an ancient copper scroll that he referred to as a treasure map, Jones and his team have made a number of discoveries. ... More »

Host: George Noory
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