This 30-minute long Q&A Session followed Episode 1.

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  • December 08, 2010
    1:45pm

    Apart from Scripture, trying to make sense of ancient Egypt's disjointed chronology is nothing more than fumbling in the dark.

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  • Posted by Nadia Noor
    December 02, 2010
    12:27am

    As I write this, my son Isaac is entering Egyptian air space. With three adventurous friends, he is about to begin a unique mission: to find, and then articulate, the ideas responsible for the survival of Egypt, the oldest continuous culture in the world. But how does one analyze a culture?

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  • Posted by Geoffrey Botkin
    November 25, 2010
    1:23pm

    During an early brainstorming session, Chris speculates about spiritual sustenance in the afterlife.

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  • Posted by David Noor
    November 24, 2010
    10:46am

    During an informal team brainstorming session, David explains the Egyptian fear of the covetous "evil eye" to Chris, Isaac, and Steven.

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  • November 22, 2010
    9:48pm

    David takes a stab at explaining the Egyptian pantheon to the rest of our team during one of our early brainstorming sessions.

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  • November 22, 2010
    1:59pm

    From bustling cities to vast, empty deserts, Egypt is a country of many faces. Gear up for the trip with a look at our image gallery.

    Posted by David Noor
    November 22, 2010
    11:18am

    An informal chat about Egyptian holidays, and the month of Ramadan in particular, from one of our early brainstorming sessions.

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  • November 18, 2010
    7:44pm

    Most people think culture means refined social customs and tedious, high-brow, institutions like Wagnerian opera -- and they would be partly right. Culture is comprised of all these things, but has a much broader meaning as well. Even cultures that don’t have opera have culture. Henry Van Til explains, “Culture does not belong exclusively to the so-called civilized nations, but is the activity of man as image bearer of his Creator in forming nature to his purposes.”

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  • Posted by Isaac Botkin
    November 15, 2010
    9:42pm

    Why go back to Egypt to search out what a collection of musty old mummies once thought about things like government and law? Why study a panoply of false gods that no one has believed in for thousands of years? Why bother to understand an obsolete economic and cultural structure, when our own current one is complicated enough? Who cares about a nearly non-existent ancient dental industry that never fixed anyone’s teeth anyway? Today, why does any of it matter?

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  • November 15, 2010
    6:51pm

    The four members of the Navigating History team, Isaac, Chris, David, and Steven, explain their unique goals for the trip. In this introductory video, you can meet them for the first time and learn their individual visions and passions. One of the passions they share is a love of Scripture and a desire to glorify God.

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  • November 04, 2010
    7:01pm

    The word "mummy" conjures up all sorts of images for different people. Mummies are the subject of endless books and films. But why the name?

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  • Posted by Chris Harper
    November 03, 2010
    3:04pm

    Are Islamic hitmen lurking in the dark shadows of Cairo?

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  • Posted by Chris Harper