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Barnabas: An Encouraging Early Church Leader

09/08 | Who is Barnabas in the Bible? In part one of this two-part study, Robin Branch describes the traits that define Barnabas as an early church leader.   Read more…

Part II—Barnabas: An Encouraging Early Church Leader

09/08 | Who is Barnabas in the Bible? In part two of this two-part study, Robin Branch further analyzes the traits that define Barnabas as an early church leader.   Read more…

The Binding or Sacrifice of Isaac

09/07 | The story of the offering of Isaac is one of the most powerful narratives in the Hebrew Bible. But each tradition has understood and used the story differently and for   Read more…

The Canonical Gospels

09/06 | BAS editors have hand-selected articles from the BAS Library that cast each of the canonical Gospels in a new light.   Read more…

Pilgrims’ Progress to Byzantine Jerusalem

09/05 | Jerusalem has been revered as a holy city for millennia—with pilgrims a staple feature in its bustling streets. Egeria’s Travels and the journals of the Bordeaux Pilgrim and the Piacenza   Read more…

BAR Test Kitchen

09/04 | If you have ever wanted to eat like an ancient person, now you can.   Read more…

Fruit in the Bible

09/03 | Seeds and fruit remains are exciting discoveries for archaeologists, and they provide radiocarbon data to help date buried strata. Fruit also plays an important role in the Biblical narrative.   Read more…

Carchemish in the Bible and History

09/02 | Carchemish was an important Hittite fortress and provincial capital located on the west bank of the Euphrates River.   Read more…

Gospel of John Commentary: Who Wrote the Gospel of John and How Historical Is It?

09/01 | The Gospels, the first four books of the New Testament, tell the story of the life of Jesus. Yet only one—the Gospel of John—claims to be an eyewitness account, the   Read more…

6,500-Year-Old DNA Points to Ancient Migration

08/31 | A new DNA study demonstrates that humans migrated from modern-day Turkey and Iran to Israel’s Upper Galilee region 6,500 years ago.   Read more…


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