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     1  ~ 2014 aug 26humour in the bibleLaughter in the Bible ? Absolutely! – Biblical Archaeology SocietyAs I study and teach, I find I read the Bible ever more slowly, and as I do, I smile more and more frequently. I listen for its humor . My emotions ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 18biblical archeology reviewBiblical Archaeology Review Magazine – Biblical Archaeology SocietyBiblical Archaeology Review Magazine · Magazine Home · Digital Subscription ... ‎Digital Subscription - ‎Digital Issue Archive - ‎Biblical Archaeology Society
     1  ~ 2014 aug 16biblical archaeology newsNews – Biblical Archaeology SocietyThe worlds of archaeology and the Bible move fast. Keep abreast of the latest Bible and archaeology news from around the world. Our presentation of a news  ... ‎10 - ‎News – Biblical Archaeology ... - ‎14
     1  ~ 2014 aug 15biblical archaeology reviewAfter the Bar -Kokhba Revolt in the second century, Jews were banned from living in Jerusalem. Constantine proclaimed Christianity a lawful religion in 325, ... ‎Digital Subscription - ‎Digital Issue Archive - ‎Biblical Archaeology Society
     1  ~ 2014 aug 06bible archaeology magazineIn “The Masada Siege—From the Roman Viewpoint,” Gwyn Davies examines the archaeological remains of the Roman siege works—the most complete ... ‎Biblical Archaeology Review ... - ‎Digital Issue Archive - ‎Biblical Archaeology Society
     1  ~ 2014 aug 01date of christmasHow December 25 Became Christmas – Biblical Archaeology SocietyThe most loudly touted theory about the origins of the Christmas date (s) is that it was borrowed from pagan celebrations. The Romans had their ...
     2  ~ 2014 sep 26barnabas bibleBarnabas in the Bible : An Encouraging Early Church Leader Who is Barnabas in the Bible ? In part two of this study, Robin Branch further analyzes the traits that define Barnabas as an early church leader.
     2  ~ 2014 sep 06history judaism christianityThe Origin of Christianity : The Transition from Jewish Christians to Explore the origin of Christianity by examining the Jewish Jesus movement. Geza Vermes reveals how it developed into a distinctly gentile ...
     2  +1 2014 sep 02earliest hebrew writingThe Oldest Hebrew Script and Language – Biblical Archaeology Identifying the oldest combination of Hebrew script and language is hindered by a diverse set of complications including the poor condition of ...
     2  +1 2014 aug 27tel dan steleThe Tel Dan Inscription - Biblical Archaeology SocietyThe fragmentary Tel Dan stela , containing the Tel Dan inscription (or “House of David” inscription) provided the first historical evidence of King ...
     2  ~ 2014 aug 27gold frankincense and myrrhWhy Did the Magi Bring Gold , Frankincense and Myrrh ? – Biblical Learn the meaning and significance of the gold , frankincense and myrrh that the magi presented to Jesus.
     2  ~ 2014 aug 25free archaeology booksFree eBooks – Biblical Archaeology SocietyIn this free eBook, expert Bible scholars and archaeologists offer in-depth ... archaeology's earliest questions in the latest FREE BAS eBook on the Book of ...
     2  -1 2014 jul 25archeology and the bibleBiblical Archaeology Society: Bringing the Ancient World to LifeHave you had your Biblical archaeology today? Find out what archaeology can reveal to anyone eager to understand the world of the Bible . Ac.
     3  ~ 2014 oct 01frankincense and myrrhWhy Did the Magi Bring Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh ? – Biblical Learn the meaning and significance of the gold, frankincense and myrrh that the magi presented to Jesus.
     3  ~ 2014 sep 30pella early christiansExcavating Ancient Pella , Jordan - Biblical Archaeology SocietyBut many of the first modern explorers to visit Pella in Jordan were looking for evidence of the earliest Christians ' escape to Pella from ...
     3  ~ 2014 sep 18nehemiahNehemiah —The Man Behind the Wall – Biblical Archaeology SocietyFew people are familiar with the Biblical figure Nehemiah , and yet he was instrumental in the rebuilding of Jerusalem following the Babylonian ...
     3  -1 2014 sep 10sodom and gomorrah locationWhere Is Sodom ? - Biblical Archaeology SocietySodom and its sister cities are located in the large oval-shaped, fertile ..... would strike the plain on which Sodom and Gomorrah were located .
     3  -1 2014 sep 07jesus born in aprilAlthough Jesus ' birth is celebrated every year on December 25, ... Further, others say that He was born on the 24th or 25th of Pharmuthi [ April  ...
     3  +1 2014 sep 05frankincense and murWhy Did the Magi Bring Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh? – Biblical
     3  +3 2014 aug 25good samaritan storyUnderstanding the Good Samaritan Parable – Biblical Archaeology The Good Samaritan parable is one of the most beloved gospel stories for young and old alike. The story is told in Luke 10:29–37: A man going ...
     3  +1 2014 aug 02adam and lilithLilith in the Bible, Art and Mythology – Biblical Archaeology SocietyAccording to medieval Jewish tradition, Lilith was Adam's first wife, before Eve. When Adam insisted she play a subservient role, Lilith grew ...
     3  ~ 2014 jul 30deaad sea scroll datesDead Sea Scrolls – Biblical Archaeology SocietyDiscovered between 1947 and 1956, the Dead Sea Scrolls comprise some 800 documents but in many tens of thousands of fragments. The Scrolls date from ...
     3  -1 2014 jul 20origin of christmas dayThere is another way to account for the origins of Christmas on December 25: ... For on that day he was conceived on the same he suffered.
     3  +3 2014 jul 18free ebooks bibleIn this free eBook , expert Bible scholars and archaeologists offer glimpses of the first Christmas as recounted and understood by those who first told the beloved ...
     4  +9 2014 sep 18ancient libraryThe Ancient Library of Alexandria - Biblical Archaeology SocietyThe Ancient Library of Alexandria. The West's most important repository of learning. J. Harold Ellens • 08/03/2014. This Bible History Daily feature was originally ...
     4  +3 2014 aug 30how jesus really lookedWhat Did Jesus Really Look Like? – Biblical Archaeology SocietyBut the New Testament never goes near the question “What did Jesus look like?” Actually , as Smith points out in his article below, we don't ...
     4  -1 2014 aug 19bible in the newsThe worlds of archaeology and the Bible move fast. Keep abreast of the latest Bible and archaeology news from around the world. Our presentation of a news  ...
     4  ~ 2014 aug 17oracle of delphiThe Oracle of Delphi —Was She Really Stoned? – Biblical The world's most famous (and powerful) oracle resided at Delphi , high up the slopes of Mount Parnassus in the Temple of Apollo. In ancient ...
     4  +2 2014 aug 16cedar of lebanonLebanese Cedar —The Prized Tree of Ancient Woodworking The famous Lebanese cedar tree was widely used in the construction of ancient temples, palaces and seagoing vessels, including Solomon's ...
     4  -1 2014 aug 16origin of christianityThe Origin of Christianity - Biblical Archaeology Society
     4  -1 2014 aug 15who created christmasLearn more about the history of Christmas and the date of Jesus' .... The notion that creation and redemption should occur at the same time of ...
     4  -2 2014 aug 14was jesus a jewWas Jesus a Jew ? – Biblical Archaeology SocietyDiscover the Jewish Jesus in "What Price the Uniqueness of Jesus " by ... Jesus the Jew , in Ritschl's view, transcended Judaism by purifying ...
     4  ~ 2014 aug 13dead sea stoneThe “Gabriel Stone ” on Display - Biblical Archaeology SocietyThe stone itself is currently on display in Jerusalem at the Israel Museum ... been found 13 years ago on the banks of the Dead Sea , features 87 ...
     4  +1 2014 aug 08the book of johnGospel of John Commentary: Who Wrote the Gospel of John and We may never know for certain who wrote the Gospel of John , any more than we can know who write the books of Matthew, Mark and Luke.
     4  -1 2014 jul 24jesus real birthdayHow did December 25 come to be associated with Jesus ' birthday ? .... This was still true as late as the violent persecutions of the Christians ...
     5  ~ 2014 sep 13bas basBiblical Archaeology Society : Bringing the Ancient World to LifeHave you had your Biblical archaeology today? Find out what archaeology can reveal to anyone eager to understand the world of the Bible. Ac.
     5  -1 2014 aug 31the oracle at delphi
     5  +1 2014 aug 25new archeological findingsTop 10 Archaeological Finds in 2013 – Biblical Archaeology SocietyThe New Year is a time to reflect, and we've put together a list of the top ten Biblical archaeology finds from 2013.
     5  +17 2014 aug 13cats in ancient egyptCats in Ancient Egypt - Biblical Archaeology SocietyAccording to a recent study, cats were domesticated in Egypt 5700 years ago— almost two millennia earlier than previously thought.
     5  +14 2014 jul 25the ten plaguesExodus in the Bible and the Egyptian Plagues - Biblical Archaeology The Book of Exodus in the Bible describes ten Egyptian plagues that bring suffering to the land of pharaoh. Are these Biblical plagues  ...
     5  ~ 2014 jul 24virtual tour jewish templeA Virtual Tour of the Temple Mount – Biblical Archaeology SocietyA Virtual Tour of the Temple Mount. ... religions and focus on a key archaeological issue: Just where was the ancient Jewish Temple located?
     5  ~ 2014 jul 17revelation of the magiBible Scholar Brent Landau Asks “Who Were the Magi ”? – Biblical A lost Syriac manuscript, the Revelation of the Magi , recently translated into English by Bible scholar Brent Landau, may help answer that key ...
     5  ~ 2014 jul 17joshua in the bibleJoshua in the Bible - Biblical Archaeology SocietyWorld-renowned author and Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel reflects on the Biblical figure Joshua in a Supporting Roles column for Bible  ...
     6  -2 2014 sep 28hyksosThe Expulsion of the Hyksos - Biblical Archaeology SocietyIn the 16th century, Ahmose I overthrew the Hyksos and began the New Kingdom of Egypt. New archaeological evidence reveals his military ...
     6  +7 2014 sep 13dead sea scrollsThe Dead Sea Scrolls have been called the greatest manuscript find of all time. Discovered between 1947 and 1956, the Dead Sea Scrolls comprise some 800 ...
     6  ~ 2014 sep 1025th decThe December 25 feast seems to have existed before 312—before Constantine and his conversion, at least. As we have seen, the Donatist ...
     6  -1 2014 aug 31sisters of sinaiThe Sisters of Sinai – Biblical Archaeology SocietyIn her book The Sisters of Sinai , author Janet Soskice recounts the remarkable adventure that led to the discovery of the Sinai Palimpsest.
     6  -1 2014 aug 27who wrote the gospelsWe may never know for certain who wrote the Gospel of John, any more than we can know who write the books of Matthew, Mark and Luke.
     6  -2 2014 aug 26book of judithJudith : A Remarkable Heroine – Biblical Archaeology SocietyThe Book of Judith presents a remarkable heroine: a devout, beautiful and wealthy widow with characteristics equal to Israel's finest warriors.
     6  +6 2014 aug 19dead sea scroll
     6  +2 2014 aug 17jewish christian churchExplore the origin of Christianity by examining the Jewish Jesus ... Later came the gentile members of the mixed Jewish -Greek church in ...
     6  -2 2014 aug 07bible and historyBible History Daily – Biblical Archaeology Society08/05 | In part one of his study on schisms in Jewish history , Lawrence H. Schiffman examines the early history of Jewish unity and disunity. Read more…
     6  +1 2014 jul 24biblical kosher recipesMaking Sense of Kosher Laws – Biblical Archaeology SocietyA fully kosher household, for example, might have two or more different sets of flatware, tableware and cooking ware for making and serving ...
     6  ~ 2014 jul 18roma ara pacis gpsAra Pacis Illuminated – Biblical Archaeology SocietyA simulated view of the Ara Pacis (middle ground) and the Obelisk of
     7  +2 2014 sep 28shepherd kingsJosephus identifies the Israelite Exodus with the expulsion of the Hyksos “ shepherd kings .” Read more about archaeological evidence for the ...
     7  -1 2014 sep 24zoarAncient World's Largest Cemetery Identified at Biblical Zoar (Ancient Amid the barren wilderness of Biblical Zoar (ancient Zoora) southeast of the Dead Sea, thousands of ancient burials, some more than 4,500 ...
     7  ~ 2014 sep 20shepard kings
     7  +2 2014 sep 15lilith's birthWinged spirits tumble across the night sky in New York artist Richard Callner's “ Lovers: Birth of Lilith ” (1964), now in a private collection.
     7  +27 2014 sep 10antipasHerod Antipas in the Bible and Beyond – Biblical Archaeology SocietyHerod Antipas ruled Galilee in Jesus' time. Yet there is relatively little about Antipas in the Bible.
     7  +61 2014 aug 26plagues of egypt
     7  -4 2014 aug 20dating at christmasThere is another way to account for the origins of Christmas on December 25: Strange as it may seem, the key to dating Jesus' birth may lie in ...
     7  -1 2014 aug 19archaeology rss feedThe worlds of archaeology and the Bible move fast.
     7  -4 2014 aug 17jesus birth dateBut just how did the Christmas festival originate? How did December 25 come to be associated with Jesus ' birthday ? The Bible offers few clues: ...
     7  ~ 2014 aug 17when was christ bornThe first date listed, December 25, is marked: natus Christus in Betleem Judeae: “ Christ was born in Bethlehem of Judea.”3 In about 400 C.E., ...
     7  -2 2014 aug 15crist was born
     7  +4 2014 jul 29last supper tickets prwebIn Matthew, Mark and Luke, however, the Last Supper is held after sundown,
     7  +10 2014 jul 28nativity displays in mexicoMexico City Builds World's Largest Nativity Scene – Biblical Officials in Mexico City this week unveiled the world's largest nativity scene , a sprawling 215,000-square-foot display that recreates dozens of ...
     7  +2 2014 jul 26what date is christmas
     7  -2 2014 jul 17where christianity beganWhen Did Christianity Begin to Spread? - Biblical Archaeology SocietyChristianity began in the 1st century in Jerusalem on the day of ... Christianity did not start in the 3rd or 4th century in Turkey or Greece or any ...
     8  ~ 2014 oct 02gospel of john
     8  +3 2014 oct 01the gospel of john
     8  +1 2014 sep 28wise men giftsThese valuable items were standard gifts to honor a king or deity in the ... Wisdom for the Holidays: The Gifts of the Wise Men « Christian ...
     8  +1 2014 sep 153 kings soloms tembleSearching for the Temple of King Solomon – Biblical Archaeology How the 'Ain Dara Temple in Syria sheds light on King Solomon in the Bible ... The footprints, each of which measures 3 feet in length, were ...
     8  +93 2014 sep 02eyewitness book reviewJesus and the Eyewitnesses – Biblical Archaeology SocietyIt thus deserves a thorough review , but a little background is in order. ... on the Book of Hebrews, and the proofs of this book were sitting on his ...
     8  +7 2014 aug 30she bible ebookJezebel in the Bible – Biblical Archaeology SocietyAs Jehu's chariot races toward the palace to kill Jezebel, she “painted her ..... Our free eBook Ten Top Biblical Archaeology Discoveries brings ...
     8  -1 2014 aug 27out of egyptOut of Egypt : Israel's Exodus Between Text and Memory, History and Watch dozens of full-length lectures from the recent conference Out of Egypt : Israel's Exodus Between Text and Memory, History and ...
     8  -3 2014 aug 25temple of solomonHow the 'Ain Dara Temple in Syria sheds light on the temple of King Solomon in the Bible.
     8  -2 2014 aug 21book of john
     8  -2 2014 aug 07the good samaritan
     8  -7 2014 aug 06background for pool siteThe Bethesda Pool , Site of One of Jesus' Miracles – Biblical Among the most famous of Jesus' miracles is recounted in the Gospel of John, where Jesus heals the paralytic at the Bethesda Pool (John ...
     8  +9 2014 jul 23ten plagues of egypt
     9  -3 2014 oct 05paul and jesusPaul and Jesus - Biblical Archaeology SocietyThis is the latest version of an old story—that Paul is the real founder of Christianity—by the author of The Jesus Dynasty. Like his predecessors ...
     9  +3 2014 sep 29the dead sea scrolls
     9  -4 2014 sep 21the sheppard kings
     9  -1 2014 sep 21minoan civilizationWho Were the Minoans? Minoan civilization confirmed European by Crete's Minoan civilization is Europe's first great Bronze Age society. A new DNA study suggests that the Minoans were ethnically European.
     9  ~ 2014 sep 09hotel desire longnose... stooped, with a long nose and face, thinning hair and scanty beard, and a ... and when we shall see him, there is no beauty that we should desire him. ..... Travellers, and Hotels in Nineteenth-Century Jerusalem" edited by ...
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