The Byzantine culture of the Middle East is a mosaic of colorful and distinct tiles, with the religions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam coming together with the ethnicities of several groups, including the Chaldeans, Assyrians, and Aramaic peoples. By studying and understanding this culture, which is the backdrop against which Judaism and Christianity's Scriptures were written, author Dr. Victor Z. Khalil hopes to give readers deeper insight into the Bible. By studying the rich Scriptures within the proper framework, clarity, and illumination can lead to a greater peace and better understanding of the Bible and the God of the Bible.
About the Author
Dr. Victor Z. Khalil was raised in the Middle East and is an expert in the language and culture of the region. He received training at the Middle East Theological Seminary in Beirut, the American University of Beirut, the Waterloo College in London, and earned his doctorate from the International Bible Institute and Seminary in Florida. He continues to train up the next generation of leaders and has taught at William Tyndale College, the Defense Language Institute, and Biola University.