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School prayer: 50 years after the ban, God and faith more present than ever CS: June 16, 2013El Al Torah Scroll Read in Synagogue for the First Time Arutz Sheva: June 16, 2013The Renewed Hazor Excavations ASOR: June 13, 2013
Submerged structure stumps archeologists Ynetnews: June 14, 2013Right-wing NGO funding Tel Aviv University dig in East Jerusalem Haaretz: June 13, 2013Tourist tip #261 / Inn of the Good Samaritan, a museum of mosaics Haaretz: June 14, 2013
The Archaeology of World War I in Palestine and the Beginning of the Modern Middle East ASOR: June 11, 2013YouVersion Bible App Shoots for 100 Million Installs by 5-Year Anniversary CP: June 11, 2013Differing interpretations of Bible's message on helping poor at heart of NC capitol protests StarTribune: June 12, 2013
Robert Alter Wants Us To Think More Seriously About the Bible as Literature Tablet: June 12, 2013Bible’s strong comeback surprises secular Norway Times of Israel: June 8, 2013Why Was Moses Not Destined to Enter the Land? Algemeiner: June 12, 2013Does Tikkun Olam Mean Anything Anymore? Daily beast: June 11, 2013
Researchers find underwater monument in Sea of Galilee Times of Israel: June 11, 2013'The Bible' movie to focus on story of Jesus Christ, Mark Burnett reveals Christianity Today: June 11, 2013When the Court Took on Prayer and the Bible in Public Schools Religion and Politics: June 25, 2013The Virtual World Project: Touring The Ancient World ASOR Blog: June 10, 2013
King David's Palace Brings Biblical Account to Life CBN: June 6, 2013Did David, Solomon Exist? Dig Refutes Naysayers CBN: June 7, 2013GUEST COLUMN: 'Historical Jesus' scholars see their own reflection DNJ: June 7, 2013A few words in favor of Jezebel UUWorld: June 10, 2013The Gospel According to Bart Ehrman CP: June 9, 2013Steeped in tradition, haredim face reform drive Ynetnews: June 10, 2013Berko Park, aka ancient Tiberias Times of Israel: June 8, 2013The New Testament in Historical Context Huffington Post: June 8, 2013
Look Who’s TalkingThe John, Jesus, and History Project? New Glimpses of Jesus and a Bi-Optic Hypothesis By Paul N. Anderson
A Modern Jewish Bible?
By Alan T. Levenson
On Academic Integrity and the Future of Biblical Studies in Confessional Institutions
By Thomas Verenna
Atheists to start 1-800 hotline for doubters CNN: June 4, 2013Interview: Does the Bible and Ayn Rand's 'Atlas Shrugged' Share Common Ground? Crossmap: June 5, 2013God’s Army Jewish Press: June 5, 2013Secular Talmudist Jerusalem Post: June 5, 2013
Look Who’s Talking By Antonio Lombatti
Following up on my first op-ed on the mandatory celibacy of priests, I’d like to give you an idea on some of the popes who were trying to enforce celibacy on the clergy in the Middle Ages.
Agnostic Scholar Bart Ehrman on 'Who Wrote the Bible and Why It Matters' CP: June 4, 2013Why is Hollywood returning to The Bible? Independent: June 3, 2013A Bit Of Ancient History Dead Sea Scrolls In Tax Court Forbes: June 3, 2013How Can You Tell a Fake Jesus? Discovery: June 3, 2013Sustainability at Any Price is not Sustainable: Open Access and Archaeology ASOR: June 3, 2013
Holy Land archaeological treasure hurt by politics Yahoo: June 3, 2013Mary: Mother of God or Jewish Mother of Seven?Tourist tip #249 / The mysterious Mount Berenice Haaretz: May 30, 2013'Ark Encounter', Noah's Ark Theme Park, Hopes To Show Biblical Flood Was 'Plausible' Huffington Post: May 31, 2013Scholars owe new Dead Sea Scrolls reading to Google Haaretz: June 2, 2013Law Society defies scholars with Mendham Collection auction Guardian: June 3, 2013
The Garden of Eden By Eric H. Cline