Could this newly discovered ancient coin found in an excavation near the City of David have been left behind by a Jewish rebel hiding from Roman soldiers in the sewers? Writing at Haaretz, Ruth Schuster reports on this new artifact, which gives us a peek into Jewish history.
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In a new exhibit at the Armstrong Auditorium in Edmond, Oklahoma, you can see rare First Temple artifacts in person. Most of these artifacts only get to be seen online, but through August 19, people can visit the center and discover these ancient biblical-era artifacts firsthand reports The Times of Israel.
A new family plot discovered in Tiberias – one of Judaism’s four holy cities – surprises contractors working in the area. There is only one other known burial cave in this region reports The Times of Israel.
Father’s Day is this weekend – giving us an opportunity to celebrate the men of faith in our lives. Do you know the characteristics that define a man of faith according to the Bible? Take our quiz to find out!
An archaeological find in Israel's Hebron hills proves the historical accuracy of the Bible.