Dr. James Fleming
Dr. James Fleming serves as Director of Biblical Resources Study Center (BRSC) which has offices in Israel and in the United States. BRSC is an ecumenical organization serving Christians around the world. Biblical Resources also produces audio-visual aids for teaching Bible history, geography, archaeology and theology. He is also founder of the World of the Bible Archaeological Museum and Pilgrim Center which operated at Ein Karem, Jerusalem until Spring of 2006. Dr, Fleming has established a similar archaeological museum at LaGrange, Georgia which opened in June 2006. He has lived and worked in Israel from 1974 to 2006. Dr. Fleming holds an Ed. D. degree from Southwestern Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas and has taught classes in the School for Overseas Students at Hebrew University in Israel. He serves on the Editorial Advisory Board of Biblical Archaeological Review and has contributed articles to this journal and led many archaeological tours for the magazine, which has the largest circulation of any publication in the field of archaeology. He has developed courses of study in historical geography and biblical history, uniquely tying the studies with the biblical text and emphasizing the wedding of theological/ faith relationships. Teaching aids developed by Dr. Fleming are in use by theological institutions in Europe, Asia and Africa. As a cartography consultant to the Curriculum Department of the Israeli Ministry of Education, he has illustrated government textbooks teaching biblical history with maps and photography. Dr. Fleming works with Israeli Ministry of Tourism instructing Jewish and Arab guides about important New Testament and Byzantine period sites.