Let the Stones Speak is a free 32-page bimonthly magazine that showcases Israel’s biblical archaeology. The magazine is produced by the Armstrong Institute of Biblical Archaeology.
Each issue of Let the Stones Speak brims with compelling, informative articles, enlightening maps, charts, illustrations and quality photography. The Institute interviews archaeologists and scholars from Israel and around the world and often publishes these interviews in Let the Stones Speak.
Editor in chief Gerald Flurry, who also writes for the magazine, has studied the Hebrew Bible for more than 50 years. He has written more than 50 books and booklets about Jewish history and personalities, including books about the prophets Daniel, Isaiah, Jeremiah and Ezekiel.
The writers and staff for Let the Stones Speak either live in Jerusalem or travel to Israel regularly. Staff members participate in archaeological excavations on the Ophel and in the City of David in Jerusalem, and give tours of ancient Jerusalem.
Let the Stones Speak is published and distributed to subscribers free of charge, with no obligation or follow-up. First-time subscribers will receive three issues of the magazine; after the third issue, subscribers have the option to renew their free subscription annually.