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By Biblical Archaeology Society
An excellent resource for both students and scholars, Partings engagingly presents the most recent scholarship on how Judaism and Christianity went their separate ways. Includes extensive citations and over 60 stunning images.

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
An excellent resource for both students and scholars, Partings engagingly presents the most recent scholarship on how Judaism and Christianity went their separate ways. Includes extensive citations and over 60 stunning images.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
A verdict will be made this Wednesday on the authentication of two items in question by the courts of Israel: James Ossuary and the Yehoash Inscription. The Biblical Archaeology Society provides resources into better understanding the forgery trial.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society is accepting applications for the 2012 Joseph Aviram Fellowship which will assist Israeli scholars in reaching Chicago this year for the ASOR and the Society of Biblical Literature (SBL) conferences.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
In the M/A 2012 issue of the Biblical Archaeology Review, Amy-Jill Levine, a Jewish New Testament scholar explores the New Testament from a Jewish understanding in her article, “What Jews (and Christians too) Should Know About the New Testament.”

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society announces its list of various archaeological excavations for the 2012 season, which include locations in Israel, Spain and more.

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.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society publishes a free e-book in honor of Frank Moore Cross’ 90th birthday. Cross is a famous Biblical and archaeological scholar who has been interviewed by Hershel Shanks numerous times in regard to Biblical history.

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 Biblical Archaeology Society
BAR editor Hershel Shanks sat down with Zahi Hawass, Egyptian Minister of Antiquities, days before the protests broke out for an exclusive interview to discuss how Egyptian archaeology can help illuminate Biblical history.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The recently released Passover and Easter issue of the Biblical Archaeology Review has a focus on the Holy Christ. BAR covers many topics this issue; revolt coins minted on the Temple Mount, Solomon's Temple and much more.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
Announcing the posthumous publication of “In Search of Herod’s Tomb,” by Ehud Netzer in the January/February issue of the Biblical Archaeology Review.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
Announcing the January/February 2011 Biblical Archaeology Review, the dig issue! Find volunteer archaeological opportunities throughout the Israel, Jordan and more.

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
Hershel Shanks explores the possiblitiy of the oldest tallit in the world as a prayer shawl which is now in the US.



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