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AIBA’s Bible Translation: The Jewish Publication Society (JPS)
AIBA’s Bible Translation: The Jewish Publication Society (JPS)
AIBA’s Bible Translation: The Jewish Publication Society (JPS)
A note to our readers, clarifying a potentially confusing issue
Riddle Me This: Why Did King Hiram Pay Solomon for Cities He Didn’t Want?
Riddle Me This: Why Did King Hiram Pay Solomon for Cities He Didn’t Want?
Riddle Me This: Why Did King Hiram Pay Solomon for Cities He Didn’t Want?
Renaissance Italy, dueling mathematicians, and a peculiar account of the Bible’s “wisest” men
‘And Rehoboam Built … Lachish’
‘And Rehoboam Built … Lachish’
‘And Rehoboam Built … Lachish’
An interview with archaeologist Prof. Yosef Garfinkel on the eve of new excavations
Sir Winston Churchill’s Thoughts on Bible Minimalism
Sir Winston Churchill’s Thoughts on Bible Minimalism
Sir Winston Churchill’s Thoughts on Bible Minimalism
An Ingenious Sluice Gate in Hezekiah’s Tunnel Revealed by New Research
An Ingenious Sluice Gate in Hezekiah’s Tunnel Revealed by New Research
An Ingenious Sluice Gate in Hezekiah’s Tunnel Revealed by New Research
What could prove to be the world’s “oldest sluice gate”
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Eilat Mazar
Hebrew University archaeologist Dr. Eilat Mazar excavated ancient Jerusalem for more than 50 years. Dr. Mazar was a world-class biblical archaeologist who uncovered evidence of some of the Bible’s greatest stories and characters.
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