The recent snowstorm killed six animals in the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo.
Shmuel Browns shows what it’s like to guide in the Jerusalem snow.
Ferrell Jenkins notes that his favorite single-volume Bible dictionary is now on sale for Kindle for $4.99.
Biblical Archaeology Society is offering a new free eBook: Life in the Ancient World.
Christopher Rollston has published a preliminary report on the Ninth-Century “Moabite Pedestal
Inscription” from Ataroth.
Aren Maeir gives his viewpoint on the ASOR Blog of how archaeologists should use the Bible. (I would argue that it is precisely the approach that he advocates that leads to the mess that biblical
archaeology is in.)
Princeton University Press is giving away 5 copies of the Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World app this weekend (iPad only).
HT: Jack Sasson, Charles Savelle