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Who Was the Wife of Cain?

11/25 | Who did Cain marry? Where did she come from? Mary Joan Winn Leith suggests that while the Israelite storyteller knew that other men and women in Genesis existed outside of   Read more…

3D Archaeology: Destroyed Monuments Resurrected

11/23 | An exhibition currently on display at the Roman Colosseum resurrects some of the recently demolished monuments in the Middle East and raises awareness about the continuing destruction.   Read more…

Where Was Jesus Born?

11/22 | If Jesus was born in Bethlehem, why is he called a Nazorean and a Galilean throughout the New Testament? Philip J. King addresses this question in his Biblical Views column.   Read more…

Endangered Heritage: Archaeological Looting in Turkey

11/21 | According to Mark R. Fairchild, archaeological looting is alive and well in rural and remote areas of Turkey.   Read more…

Who Was Jesus’ Biological Father?

11/19 | Was Joseph Jesus’ biological father? If not, who was Jesus’ biological father? Andrew Lincoln examines what early Christians thought about conception and explains how views about this subject have changed   Read more…

Mary, Simeon or Anna: Who First Recognized Jesus as Messiah?

11/18 | Who was the first person to truly recognize Jesus as the messiah and understand the implications? Biblical scholar Ben Witherington III takes a close look at the account given in   Read more…

Witnessing the Divine

11/17 | The legend of the magi has fired the imagination of Christians since the earliest times. In art, the adoration of the magi appeared earlier and far more frequently than any   Read more…

How Ancient Jews Dated Years

11/16 | During the First Jewish Revolt against Rome (66–70 C.E.), which ended with the destruction of the Temple, Jews minted their own coins dated to the first, second, third, fourth and,   Read more…

Has the Childhood Home of Jesus Been Found?

11/15 | The childhood home of Jesus may have been found underneath the Sisters of Nazareth Convent in Nazareth, Israel, according to archaeologist Ken Dark.   Read more…

Borrowing from the Neighbors

11/14 | Living in the Greco-Roman world, early Christians were able to draw from a set of rich artistic paradigms when they set out to depict their stories and beliefs in decorative   Read more…


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