Mar 10 Blog
Dec 11 Blog
By: Megan Sauter
In an exclusive Bible History Daily interview, Dead Sea Scroll scholars Peter Flint, Martin Abegg and Andrew Perrin—directors of North America’s only research center dedicated to Qumran studies—reflect on some major moments in recent Qumran scholarship and pressing issues that lie ahead.
Mar 8 Blog
By: James Tabor
In this post I want to to consider what I call the “textual dynamics of messianic self-identity.” I realize that is a mouthful but bear with me here, as this subject is quite fascinating and I think we can see some light on this issue if we take all our evidence into account, both ancient and modern.
Jun 25 Blog
By: Biblical Archaeology Society Staff
The Israel Museum and Google’s collaborative Digital Dead Sea Scrolls project, which provides searchable, high-resolution images of several Dead Sea Scrolls, set its sites higher by attempting to read fragile and un-openable Dead Sea Scrolls through high-tech visualization.
Jan 26 Blog
By: Reviewed by Sidnie White Crawford
Sidnie White Crawford reviews "The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Hasmonean State" By Hanan Eshel.
Dec 16 Blog
By: Reviewed by Alan Millard
Alan Millard reviews "Scribal Culture and the Making of the Hebrew Bible" by Karel van der Toorn.