A lost Syriac manuscript, the Revelation of the Magi, translated into English by Bible scholar Brent Landau, may help answer that key question from the Christmas story: “Who were the magi?”
By: BAS Staff
Isaiah is arguably the most popular of all the Hebrew prophets who wrote their oracles. In this BAS Library special collection, gain fascinating insights into Isaiah the prophet.
By: Megan Sauter
Situated in the Shephelah (Judean foothills), Tel Burna is a candidate for biblical Libnah. Itzick Shai of Ariel University and Steven Ortiz of Lipscomb University […]
By: John Gregory Drummond
Many names come to mind when someone mentions the great “villains” of the Bible. Some are foreign powers, like the Pharaoh of the Exodus or […]
By: John Drummond
In the coming months many across the world will find themselves toiling sway in the summer heat and drenched in sweat. Being hot and sweaty […]
By: Hershel Shanks
According to scholar Christopher Rollston, there are many examples of the marginalization of women in the Bible.
By: Robin Gallaher Branch
Who was Phoebe? That’s a good question! This first-century C.E. leader of the early Christian community makes a cameo appearance in Romans 16:1–2. Paul graciously […]