Rethinking the Early Philistine Threat

Rethinking the Early Philistine Threat

The excavated remains of the rampart and gate at the site of Ashkelon on the southern coast of Israel. During the early Iron Age, Ashkelon was one of the five cities of the Philistines. Credit: Hanay, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons New study argues Philistines...
The 10 Most Iconic Archeological Sites in Israel

The 10 Most Iconic Archeological Sites in Israel

The 10 Most Iconic Archeological Sites in Israel In Israel, peeling back the layers of history is a never-ending pursuit. Findings from thousands of years ago are preserved for the public to explore. BY ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN Sitting at the crossroads of the ancient...
Discover Gezer, Israel’s lost city

Discover Gezer, Israel’s lost city

Today it looks totally desolate, but over 3,000 years ago, Gezer was a major Canaanite center. Archaeologists are uncovering its turbulent history By AVIVA AND SHMUEL BAR-AM5 October 2013, 6:23 am “Here is the account of the forced labor King Solomon… conscripted to...
The Apostle Peter in Rome

The Apostle Peter in Rome

Jesus’ chief disciple examined Nicola Denzey Lewis May 08, 2019 70 Comments 3614 views Share In this blog post, Brown University Religious Studies professor Nicola Denzey Lewis answers frequently asked questions about the apostle Peter. Denzey Lewis appears in the CNN...
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