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The “Secret Mark” Translation

10/14 | While looking for ancient documents in the Mar Saba monastery library in the Judean Desert, scholar Morton Smith made a discovery that rocked the academic world: Copied onto the end-pages   Read more…

Beyond Reasonable Doubt: A Response to Allan J. Pantuck

10/14 | Back to Did Morton Smith Forge “Secret Mark”?

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Agamemnon Tselikas: Response to Allan J. Pantuck

10/14 | Back to Did Morton Smith Forge “Secret Mark”?

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Agamemnon Tselikas’ Handwriting Analysis Report

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Allan J. Pantuck: Solving the Mysterion of Morton Smith and the Secret Gospel of Mark

10/14 | Back to Did Morton Smith Forge “Secret Mark”?

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Allan J. Pantuck: Response to Tselikas Handwriting Analysis

10/14 | Back to Did Morton Smith Forge “Secret Mark”?

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Moshe Weinfeld (1925–2009)

10/07 | On April 29, 2009, Moshe Weinfeld, professor emeritus of Bible at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, passed away. He was 84 years old.

His scholarly interests varied widely—from social justice ideology   Read more…

Elisha Linder (1924–2009)

10/07 | Elisha Linder, one of the founding fathers of maritime archaeology in Israel and a senior lecturer at the University of Haifa, died on June 8, a few days before his   Read more…

Douglas Edwards (1950–2008)

03/20 | Edwards excavated at the city of Sepphoris and led the excavation at Khirbet Kana, 8 miles northwest of Nazareth. His excavations confirmed the site as the location of Biblical Cana,   Read more…

Joseph Baumgarten (1928–2008)

03/10 | Joseph Baumgarten, an expert in rabbinic law who published pioneering work on the Dead Sea Scrolls, died on December 4, 2008, after a long and difficult bout with cancer. He   Read more…


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