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Biblical Archaeology’s Top 10 Discoveries of 2019
A glimpse at the important excavation work revealed this year.
Signs of Canaanite Jerusalem FoundSubscriber Access Only
What an Ancient Hebrew Note Might MeanSubscriber Access Only
Scholar says five lines of ancient script on a broken piece of pottery confirm Kingdom of Israel's existence in 10th century B.C. Others are cautious.
Disciples' Village Opens to TouristsSubscriber Access Only
Searching for the Star of BethlehemSubscriber Access Only
A new theory makes the news. But are 21st-century astronomers looking in the wrong place?
Do Photos Evidence Lost Edenic River?Subscriber Access Only
Do Photos Evidence Lost Edenic River?
Ossuary Questions RemainSubscriber Access Only
Israel Antiquities Authority says brother of Jesus inscription is a forgery, but supporters say its report may be flawed
Trial on Antiquities Fraud Ends, But Not the ControversySubscriber Access Only
Judge doesn't rule whether James ossuary is authentic, but acquits antiquities collectors on almost all charges.
Pottery Shard Points to TempleSubscriber Access Only
Pottery Shard Points to Temple
First English Translation PublishedSubscriber Access Only
First English Translation Published
Explorers of Noah's Lost ArkSubscriber Access Only
Citing new satellite images, team seeks to 'solidify the faith of many Christians.'
Academia Loses Interest in ExcavationsSubscriber Access Only
Holy Land Archaeology ImperiledSubscriber Access Only
Stunning New Evidence that Jesus LivedSubscriber Access Only
Scholars link first-century bone box to James, brother of Jesus.
70 Truckloads of TreasuresSubscriber Access Only
Temple Mount dig uncovers new finds.
Jewish Scientists Enter DebateSubscriber Access Only
Jewish Scientists Enter Debate
Why Everything Looks Like JesusSubscriber Access Only
Images of Jesus are everywhere, under 45 tons of rubble and on pieces of toast. New research tells why.
Archaeology's Rebel: Bible in One Hand, Spade in the Other Subscriber Access Only
Eilat Mazar is unafraid to claim archaeological finds of biblical proportions.
Astronomer Discovers Star of BethlehemSubscriber Access Only
Rutgers University professor believes Jupiter, other bodies key to biblical mystery.
Finders of the Lost Ark?Subscriber Access Only
Why some amateurs are stirring up dust and little else.

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I Assumed Science Had All the Answers. Then I Started Asking Questions
I Assumed Science Had All the Answers. Then I Started Asking Inconvenient Questions.
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