Bible Discoveries in the News

The author of a 10th-century collection of scriptures has been identified as the same scribe who wrote the the earliest known complete copy of the Hebrew Bible. The finding could influence future translations of the Hebrew Scriptures, also known as the Old Testament, according to a news release from Tyndale House, Cambridge, which published the …

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This news report from Turkey is stunning news for those following The Chamberlain Key. If indeed this Torah scroll is nearly 1,500 years old it would represent a Torah text 500 years older than the Leningrad Codex. Will the Turkish authorities make it available to scholars? Or will it be suppressed like the Aleppo Codex …

Read moreTwo Ancient Torah Scrolls Recovered in Turkey

A rabbit hole in the UK conceals the entrance to an incredible cave complex linked to the mysterious Knights Templar. New photos show the remarkable Caynton Caves network, which looks like something out of the movie “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.” The shadowy Knights Templar order is said to have used the caves. READ …

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Jo Vitale shares a report on the dedication of a Torah Scroll at the Zacharias Institute. Here is what she said about the Torah Scroll We are filled with joy and gratitude upon receiving the treasured gift of an authentic Torah Scroll. Dear friends of RZIM, Ken and Barbara Larson, have honored us in this most …

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There are people that believe that the legendary mines of King Solomon were situated amid copper smelting camps found in Israel’s Timna Valley. The barren conditions at Timna have resulted in the amazing preservation of 3,000-year-old organic materials. This has provided Tel Aviv University archaeologists with an exclusive window into the practices and culture of …

Read moreArchaeologists Have Discovered Well Preserved Structures That Date Back to the Time of King Solomon

Soon, when Americans head to Rome, there will be a new archaeological treasure to check out among the city’s varied offerings — underground burial chambers containing the remains of Jews from the Roman Empire. “There is a world to be discovered down there,” Claudio Procaccio, cultural director for the city’s Jewish community, told the Wall …

Read moreRome Is Almost Ready To Open Its Ancient Jewish Catacombs