The Hulme sect - COG-AIC - is one of the few splinters to demonstrate scholarly interests, largely thanks to the personality (some might say the pretensions) of The Glorious Leader. In any case, Vision cameras and microphones were there at the November ASOR conference (American Schools of Oriental Research) in San Diego.
Whether Lawrence Stager, Eric Cline or James Strange had any idea exactly who was asking the questions is unknown, but archaeologists seldom pass up a chance to talk about their work, so probably not. Regardless of that issue, all three provided brief interviews for Vision, and all three are worth viewing if you have an interest in history and the Bible. Last year I posted a couple of brief items about Cline's book (which debunks Ten Tribes theories such as BI) here and here. Interesting that COG-AIC didn't quiz the professor about that part of his work.
The videos are available on Peter Nathan's First Followers blog.
On the subject of COG-AIC (Church of God - An International Community) David Hulme has contributed a chapter to a volume called What Makes Us Human? According to the blurb: " In What Makes Us Human? some of the world's most brilliant thinkers offer their answers to this perennial puzzle..."