How does the Bible portray its villains?
Eminent scholars explore textual accounts and archaeological evidence of some not-so-nice notables from the Old and New Testaments: from a ruthless Assyrian king to a confused Judean governor, and from Roman executioners to a betraying friend.
BART D. EHRMAN
Who Killed Jesus? Pontius Pilate & the Jews
The Art and Archaeology of Execution in the Roman World
Sennacherib’s Attack on Lachish: What We Have Learned from Archaeology
The Gospel of Judas: What It Has Taught Us Thus Far
Let’s get digging!
Modern-day archaeological excavations and their artifacts continue to illuminate and challenge our understanding of the ancient Biblical world. Learn from leading experts about the cities of the Gospels, archaeology’s impact on faith and what we can learn from canonical and noncanonical texts.
JAMES H. CHARLESWORTH
Does the Gospel of John Accurately Describe Jerusalem Before 70 CE?
A Giant Jesus and A Walking, Talking Cross: Exploring the Gospel of Peter
Twenty-Five Years of Excavations at Bethsaida: How Bethsaida Has Helped Shape Biblical Research
Studying Stones and Scripture: Archaeology, Judaism and Christian Origins
Who’s Buried in Philip’s Tomb?
Paul’s Letters: Women, Men and the End