Dr Ephraim Jeremiah "Jerry" Vardaman

Male Abt 1927 - 2000


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    Born  Abt 1927  Dallas, Texas Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  18 Nov 2000  Starkville, Mississippi Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried  Oddfellows Cemetery, Starkville, Mississippi Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I4638  Treespot
    Last Modified  24 Mar 2012 

    Father  Ephraim Jeremiah Vardaman,   b. 29 Jan 1876, Denton, Collin County, Texas Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 Nov 1928, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  Daisy McCollough,   b. 18 May 1892, Wylie, Tarrant County, Texas Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Jul 1971, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F1687  Group Sheet

    Family  F.A. Jolly 
    Children 
     1. C.F. Vardaman
     2. Dr C.J. Vardaman
    Last Modified  14 Nov 2012 
    Family ID  F1696  Group Sheet

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    Newspaper Article 1963 July (Associated Press - Multiple Newspapers)
    Newspaper Article 1963 July (Associated Press - Multiple Newspapers)
    Dr. E Jerry Vardeman,archaeology professor at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, had charge of the digging at an excavation site at Caesarea, Israel on the Mediterranean Coast, where a marble fragment was found with the "earliest known Hebrew references to Nazareth."
    Newspaper Article 1966 May (Multiple Newspapers)
    Newspaper Article 1966 May (Multiple Newspapers)
    In June 1961, Mr. Jerome Eisenberg, director of the Royal-Athena Galleries in New York City, established the Eisenberg Museum of Egyptian and Near Eastern Antiquities at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky due to his friendship with Dr. E. J. Vardaman of the Seminary which started over a chance meeting at a museum in Jerusalem.
    Newspaper Article 1985 12/23 <i>The Chillicothe Constitution Tribune</i> Chillicothe, Missouri
    Newspaper Article 1985 12/23 The Chillicothe Constitution Tribune Chillicothe, Missouri
    Jim Fleming, founder and dean of the Jerusalem Center for Biblical Studies, based his theory that Jesus was not actually born on Dec. 25, 1 A.D. but about 12 B.C. from an unpublished work by Jerry Vardaman, professor of Archaeology at the Cobb Institute of Archaeology of Mississippi State University in Starkville, Mississippi.
    Newspaper Article 1986 12/22 <i>The Gettysburg Times</i> Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
    Newspaper Article 1986 12/22 The Gettysburg Times Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
    Jerry Vardaman, professor of Archaeology at the Cobb Institute of Archaeology of Mississippi State University in Starkville, Mississippi deciphered a stone tablet called the Aemilius Secundus discovered 300 years ago in Beirut and housed in Italy's Venice Museum. The inscription describes a census ordered by Quirinius, Governor of Syria, a few years before 10 B.C. According to the Gospel of Luke, (Luke 2:2) Quirinius was Governor at the time of the census that sent Mary and Joseph from their home in Nazareth to Bethlehem, Joseph's home town.
    Dr. E Jerry Vardaman, professor of archeology and religion, Lecture 1
    Dr. E Jerry Vardaman, professor of archeology and religion, Lecture 1
    a former professor at Southern Baptist Theological University for 14 years and Hong Kong Baptist seminaries; an ordained Baptist minister; and founding director of the Cobb Institute of Archeology at
    Mississippi State University starting in 1973. He "retired" in 1994.
    Dr. E Jerry Vardaman, professor of archeology and religion, Lecture 2
    Dr. E Jerry Vardaman, professor of archeology and religion, Lecture 2
    a former professor at Southern Baptist Theological University for 14 years and Hong Kong Baptist seminaries; an ordained Baptist minister; and founding director of the Cobb Institute of Archeology at Mississippi State University starting in 1973. He "retired" in 1994.
    Dr. E Jerry Vardaman, professor of archeology and religion, Lecture 3
    Dr. E Jerry Vardaman, professor of archeology and religion, Lecture 3
    a former professor at Southern Baptist Theological University for 14 years and Hong Kong Baptist seminaries; an ordained Baptist minister; and founding director of the Cobb Institute of Archeology at Mississippi State University starting in 1973. He "retired" in 1994.
    Dr. E Jerry Vardaman, professor of archeology and religion, Biblical Chronology
    Dr. E Jerry Vardaman, professor of archeology and religion, Biblical Chronology
    a former professor at Southern Baptist Theological University for 14 years and Hong Kong Baptist seminaries; an ordained Baptist minister; and founding director of the Cobb Institute of Archeology at Mississippi State University starting in 1973. He "retired" in 1994.


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