Jerusalem and Israel: An Aerial View

This trailer for an upcoming IMAX movie about Jerusalem gives an aerial view of a number of major sites. I hope it will generate enthusiasm among students for the Israel trip I’ll be leading in May!

I definitely recommend clicking the “full screen” button!

Also potentially of interest is the video blog, The Jerusalem Experience, which Joel Willits shared:

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  • Eran

    Dear Prof. James F. McGrath.

    Thanks for sharing my blog http://www.jerusalemexperience.com. I am now thinking of doing Webinars where I show one of my video and then have an open discussion with the audience. 
    What do you think of us doing it together for your student so they could get more info and interest about the holy sites in Jerusalem.

    Please let me know what you think – efrenkel@jerusalemexperience.com

    • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/religionprof/ James F. McGrath

      Thanks for the suggestion. I’ll let you know if I think that it would be possible to set something up!

      • Eran

        Dear James. The logistic of this webinar is on me. We just need to set a date and time and let the student know and to register if they want. what do you think?