Dec 30, 2011
The January/February 2012 issue of the Biblical Archaeology Review is the “Find A Dig” issue which lists the various archaeological excavations taking place in the Holy Land.
Dec 16, 2011
The Dead Sea Scrolls: Discovery and Meaning e-book takes a look at the significance of the Dead Sea Scrolls and explores how they relate to the Bible, Christianity and Judaism.
Dec 07, 2011
The Biblical Archaeology Society offers a video series of interviews with leading Dead Sea Scrolls scholars hosted by BAR editor, Hershel Shanks. The Dead Sea Scrolls are further explored by various experts.
Nov 14, 2011
RTI imaging, a revolutionary photographic technology that is changing the way scholars interpret ancient inscriptions will be available through the Biblical Archaeology Society’s website by Bruce Zuckerman, biblical scholar.
Nov 02, 2011
The Biblical Archaeology Society is excited to announce the 14th Annual Bible & Archaeology Fest to be held in San Francisco this November. As a highlight, Leonard Greenspoon will lead a lecture marking the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible.
Oct 19, 2011
The Biblical Archaeology Society has released a new DVD study course by James Charlesworth which explores topics falling within the history of Early Christianity to its position in the Roman Empire in the fourth century.
Oct 18, 2011
From ossuaries and vultures, to copper mines in southern Jordan, to a Hellenistic sculpture uncovered near the Sea of Galilee and on to antiquity forgery trials; the Nov/Dec 2011 Biblical Archaeology Review is now out.
Oct 04, 2011
With the Dead Sea Scrolls recently being digitalized and able to be viewed online, the Biblical Archaeology Society (BAS) is providing access to resources which allow visitors to further explore what they mean and why they matter.
Aug 31, 2011
BAR’s September/October issue clarifies new mysteries from the biblical world; including the location of one of Jesus’ miracles, and who were the last possessors of the Dead Sea Scrolls?
Jul 29, 2011
Professor Francesco D’Andria has discovered the tomb of one of the twelve apostles; St. Philip and discusses this find in the current issue of the Biblical Archaeology Review. This article explores the history of the saint and more.