In his new book, Holy Land Archaeology on Either Side: Archaeological Essays in Honour of Eugenio Alliata, Archaeologist Győző Vörös shares that the dance floor where John the Baptist was condemned to death may have been discovered.
The Israel Museum in Jerusalem is revealing a rare ancient token believed to have been used as small a souvenir collected by a Christian during their pilgrimage to the Holy Land in the 6th or 7th centuries.
Israeli archaeologists recently unearthed Beit Nattif oil lamps dawning Christian and Jewish imagery. The discovery is providing some supporting evidence to the writings of Josephus about Jesus' death and the miracles he performed.
In partnership with the Museum of the Bible, Oklahoma Christian University will have the Sofer Collection, a unique collection of Jewish writings and culture, on display in the university’s Beam Library.
Archeologists have discovered what they believe to be one of the earliest churches in Israel. The church may even be the place where Jesus gave Peter “the keys to the kingdom of heaven” in Matthew 16:18-19.