November 04, 2011
5:47pm

The Navigating History Project team pleased to announce the release of a new curriculum designed to teach history, geography, and Christian worldview! Three DVDs, a 220 page book in full color, and 40" of vibrant timeline covering 4500 years of Egyptian history are all shipping now. Perfect for students, whole families, history buffs, or anyone who wants to master the ideas that have mastered the ancient and modern world.

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  • Posted by Support Team
    February 11, 2011
    6:04pm

    On February 11th, 2011, less than two months after the Navigating History team members left the country, Hosni Mubarak has handed full control of Egypt over to the military. Read Isaac Botkin's analysis of how the riots came about, and what they mean for the future.

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  • Posted by Isaac Botkin
    December 29, 2010
    1:11pm

    In this final broadcast, the members of the Egypt team recap the most important lessons of their journey.

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  • Posted by Support Team
    December 22, 2010
    11:54pm

    Isaac explains just how far the team is willing to go to ensure safety first.

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  • Posted by Chris Harper
    December 21, 2010
    10:36am

    David Noor’s forefathers are Egyptian; he probably had ancestors living there during the time of the Pharaohs. That’s amazing. But have you ever stopped to think that YOU had progenitors living during the time of the Pharaohs?

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  • Posted by Victoria Botkin
    December 20, 2010
    10:24am

    Reporting from the homeland of shining armor, Chris explains how the concept of chivalry is unknown to both Islam and egalitarianism.

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  • Posted by David Noor
    December 18, 2010
    6:44pm

    A civilization is built on the self-control of men. When men are able to refuse to obey their childish whims, their energy is freed to undertake greater things: invest, build, accumulate knowledge, create economic and political organizations, innovate, explore, discover. A man who cannot control his lust is unlikely to have the long-term commitment necessary to build a civilization.

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  • December 17, 2010
    3:11pm

    In the first post-trip Q&A session by the Navigating History team, Isaac, David, Steven, and Chris discuss their adventures and what they discovered on their journey.

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  • Posted by Support Team
    December 17, 2010
    11:23am

    Isaac and Chris demonstrate two different ways to read hieroglyphs--correctly and incorrectly. Admittedly, the incorrect way is more fun.

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  • Posted by David Noor
    December 16, 2010
    2:37pm

    Egypt’s hieroglyphs make up one the most beautiful and mysterious writing systems of the ancient world. But for all their power to inspire awe and excite curiosity, their actual readability was limited -- on purpose.

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  • Posted by Anna Sofia Botkin
    December 15, 2010
    10:06am

    Daihatsu...the tie that binds. David, Isaac, and Chris notice a recurring symbol that may indicate all is not as it seems.

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  • Posted by Steven Bowman
    December 14, 2010
    1:22pm

    And what did they leave behind?

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  • Posted by Nadia Noor
    December 14, 2010
    11:55am

    This is the audio Q&A that followed Episode 6

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  • Posted by Support Team
    December 14, 2010
    10:55am

    The team explores the British Museum, observes Islamic influence and the decline of Christian culture in the UK, and recaps the experiences and lessons of their journey.

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  • Posted by Support Team
    December 13, 2010
    2:31pm

    Alexandria: The emperor, the city, the library, and the mystery. Why was the Library of Alexandria so important -- and how did the world's most historically significant library disappear?

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  • Posted by Victoria Botkin