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'Sefaria' Text Site Could Expand Jewish Learning Jewish Week: June 19, 2013Getting to the Bottom of BigotryEvangelical Organizations Partner to Fight Bible Illiteracy Among Hispanics Christian Post: June 18, 2013Talking With Ruth: MK Calderon's aim is to free and 'reclaim' Judaism. Jewish Week: June 19, 2013Bar Ilan Judaic Library – New Product Release Yeshiva World: JKune 18, 2013Living in the Golden Age of Open Access Archaeology ASOR Blog: June 17, 2013
Space and Memory By Victor H. Matthews
Memory of place adheres to our consciousness and provides a framework for how we react when that memory is triggered.
A More Secular Europe, Divided by the Cross NYTimes: June 17, 2013Differing interpretations of Bible’s message on helping poor at heart of NC capitol protests Washington Post: June 12, 2013Science and Religion -- Doubting Thomas: A Patron Saint For Scientists? Huffington Post: June 18, 2013Supreme Court ruling 50 years ago set modern course for religion in public schools Deseret News: June 14, 2013
Orthodox Yeshiva Graduates Class of females
Jewish Press: June 18, 2013
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.