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By Biblical Archaeology Society
The new issue of Biblical Archaeology Review reveals God's name at a tantalizing ancient site in the Sinai, plus more fascinating articles about King David's tomb, the Dead Sea Scrolls and the beginnings of Christianity.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Dead Sea Scrolls: Discovery and Meaning e-book takes a look at the significance of the Dead Sea Scrolls and explores how they relate to the Bible, Christianity and Judaism.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society offers a video series of interviews with leading Dead Sea Scrolls scholars hosted by BAR editor, Hershel Shanks. The Dead Sea Scrolls are further explored by various experts.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
With the Dead Sea Scrolls recently being digitalized and able to be viewed online, the Biblical Archaeology Society (BAS) is providing access to resources which allow visitors to further explore what they mean and why they matter.

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By Biblical Archaeology Society
The new issue of Biblical Archaeology Review reveals God's name at a tantalizing ancient site in the Sinai, plus more fascinating articles about King David's tomb, the Dead Sea Scrolls and the beginnings of Christianity.

By UnknownTruths Publishing
An intensive search and study of The Dead Sea Scrolls and other ancient documents provided proof of why and where a place was prepared in the wilderness for Jesus. We found the ruins of where He was secluded and learned why it was kept a secret.

By SevenStarHand.org
Finishing the Mysteries of Gods and Symbols, by Seven Star Hand, delivers proof, beyond disproof, of an extremely ancient spiritual and philosophical technology that predates all current religions and mystery schools.

By SevenStarHand.org
The unsealing of long-hidden ancient secrets now provides stunning proof of precisely what certain religious, political, and monetary leaders have been so desperate to hide, for so long.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Dead Sea Scrolls: Discovery and Meaning e-book takes a look at the significance of the Dead Sea Scrolls and explores how they relate to the Bible, Christianity and Judaism.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society offers a video series of interviews with leading Dead Sea Scrolls scholars hosted by BAR editor, Hershel Shanks. The Dead Sea Scrolls are further explored by various experts.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
RTI imaging, a revolutionary photographic technology that is changing the way scholars interpret ancient inscriptions will be available through the Biblical Archaeology Society’s website by Bruce Zuckerman, biblical scholar.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
With the Dead Sea Scrolls recently being digitalized and able to be viewed online, the Biblical Archaeology Society (BAS) is providing access to resources which allow visitors to further explore what they mean and why they matter.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
BAR’s July/August 2011 issue explores various fascinating topics of biblical history; from Philip and his martyrium, to ivories found at Nimrud, to recent synagogue discoveries in Galilee, and finally to the newly published Great Isaiah Scroll.

By Strategic Book Group
Join the Many Who Have Discovered the Missing Link Between the Dead Sea Scroll Community and the Gospels

By Biblical Archaeology Society
Who Wrote the Dead Sea Scrolls, a free video episode from The Naked Archaeologist by Simcha Jacobovici. Brought to you free by Biblical Archaeology Review.

By Strategic Book Group
Questioning the Bible, Chris Albert Wells shows how a revised assessment of the Essene Dead Sea Scroll Messiahs brings existential challenges to the fore and teaches us to doubt what we previously have been told.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The New York Times has just published an article about Hershel Shanks and his new autobiography. The book is a fascinating account of an archaeology outsider and his scrapes with governments, nomads and scoundrels.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society’s 2010 St. Olaf summer seminar, July 11-17, presents Dr. Peter Flint and Dr. Ziony Zevit discussing the Dead Sea Scrolls and the significance of short stories and narratives within the Bible.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
Biblical Archaeology Review's 200th issue discusses the two silver amulets found at the Ketef Hinnom site in Jerusalem which predate the Dead Sea Scrolls by 400 years and their significance.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
An important historic document in pieces for decades is slowly coming together. We are looking for pieces of the Aleppo Codex the oldest complete copy of the Hebrew Bible.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
A new interpretation of a Dead Sea Scroll in stone, by Professor Israel Knohl is now, for the first time in the U.S. His research and full translation of the text has been published in English in the current issue of the Biblical Archaeology Review.



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