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The Miracles of Jesus

10/30 | How are we to understand the miracles Jesus performs, as related in the New Testament? BAS editors have compiled articles that explore the key sites and ancient belief systems to   Read more…

Lay That Ghost: Necromancy in Ancient Greece and Rome

10/30 | When seeking “hidden” knowledge, ancient Greeks and Romans visited sacred oracles and consulted necromancers, who communed with the dead. The necromancer’s art often involved strange journeys, sleep-and-dreaming rituals and even   Read more…

Hasmonean Rulers Between Piety and Luxury

10/29 | Take a close look at how aspects of Hellenism played out in Hellenistic Judea, specifically under the Jewish dynasty of Hasmonean kings.   Read more…

Delikkemer: Hydrating Democracy at Patara

10/28 | Explore the water system that supplied the world’s oldest federalist democracy.   Read more…

Ask Now: Who the Devil Is Satan?

10/26 | Examine who Satan really is and where he appears in the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament in a BAS Library special collection of articles.   Read more…

Noah and the Flood

10/24 | In a BAS Library Special Collection, BAS editors have hand-selected articles from Biblical Archaeology Review and Bible Review that examine the Genesis flood, its interpretations, and what the similar Babylonian   Read more…

Five Museum of the Bible Dead Sea Scrolls Are Fake

10/23 | The Museum of the Bible announced that at least five of their Dead Sea Scrolls fragments have been determined to be fakes.   Read more…

What Does the Bible Say About Children—and What Does Archaeology Say?

10/22 | What was it like to be a child in the ancient Near East? What role did they play in the household?   Read more…

The Church of Laodicea in the Bible and Archaeology

10/21 | Laodicea was a wealthy city in western Turkey that flourished for centuries. Why does the author of the Book of Revelation call the church of Laodicea “lukewarm”—neither hot nor cold?   Read more…

Where Is Biblical Bethsaida?

10/20 | The ancient village of Bethsaida frequently mentioned in the Gospels is believed to be located on the northern shore of the Sea of Galilee, but where precisely the abandoned city   Read more…


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