Christy Chapman and Brent Seales describe the technology that allows Dead Sea Scrolls to be read without even unwrapping them.
NY Times: “Prodded by law enforcement, and pushed by foreign governments, American museums are increasingly returning artifacts to countries of origin, but critics wonder at what cost.”
The inscribed ivory lice comb is the subject on the latest episode of This Week in the Ancient Near East.
Author Rod Dreher reflects on his visit to Turkey and the seven churches of Revelation.
Andrew Lawler will be speaking in the BAS Scholars Series on March 5 on “Holy City Hotspot: Exploring Jerusalem’s Acropolis” ($10).
Brad Nelson looks at the “Magi from the East” in the latest episode from Walking The Text’s Teaching Series.
BAS has posted its list of dig opportunities for 2023 in Israel, Jordan, and Turkey. They are also accepting applications for $2,000 dig scholarships.
Douglas Clark, Larry Herr, and Larry Geraty reflect on Burton MacDonald’s legacy.
Robert Mullins reflects on the life of Father Bill Broughton.
The Institute of Biblical Culture is giving away hundreds of books related to the Semitic languages.
Carl Rasmussen will be leading a 33-day Bible Study Tour to Israel, Jordan, Turkey, and Greece in April and May.
HT: Agade, Arne Halbakken, Ted Weis, Wayne Stiles, Charles Savelle, Keith Keyser, Gordon Dickson, Explorator