Bible geography studies the features on the surface of the earth and the forces that shape them. This is an oasis in the Judean Wilderness.
Bible geography studies the impact of people on the place they live and the impact of place on the human experience. This is an olive crushing press.
Bible geography studies natural history. That means investigating the habitat and habits of the animals that live in Bible lands, like this Nubian ibex.
Bible geography studies natural history. That means investigating the habitat and qualities of the plants and trees that fill the Bible lands, like this Persian cyclamen.