Israel

'A Blasphemous Act': More Than 30 Graves Vandalized in Jerusalem Christian Cemetery

'A Blasphemous Act': More Than 30 Graves Vandalized in Jerusalem Christian Cemetery

Leaders from the Anglican Church, the Church of England and the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs are condemning acts of vandalism that left more than 30 graves at a Christian cemetery in Jerusalem desecrated.

Why We Should Not Confuse Formal Religion with a Personal Relationship with Christ

Why We Should Not Confuse Formal Religion with a Personal Relationship with Christ

Let’s not make a category mistake with our souls this year. No matter how advanced our technology becomes, bestselling author Yuval Noah Harari is right: we will never find lasting happiness through temporal comfort and convenience. And let’s avoid an association fallacy that confuses formal religion with a personal relationship with our Maker.

Site Where Jesus Healed a Blind Man Will Be Opened to the Public

Site Where Jesus Healed a Blind Man Will Be Opened to the Public

Archaeologists in Israel announced this week that the site where Jesus Christ healed a blind man by the Pool of Siloam will be excavated and made open to the public for the first time.

Report Finds the Christian Population in the Holy Land Is Growing

Report Finds the Christian Population in the Holy Land Is Growing

A new report released on Christmas Day suggests that Israel’s Christian population slightly grew within the past year.

Archaeologists Discover Hundreds of Artifacts by Tomb Dedicated to 'Jesus' Midwife'

Archaeologists Discover Hundreds of Artifacts by Tomb Dedicated to 'Jesus' Midwife'

Archaeologists with the Israeli Antiquities Authority uncovered hundreds of artifacts during an excavation of a burial cave that is believed by some to be the tomb of Jesus' midwife, Salome.

Benjamin Netanyahu Came Back 'to Stop Iran,' Says Journalist Who Interviewed Him

Benjamin Netanyahu Came Back 'to Stop Iran,' Says Journalist Who Interviewed Him

Prime Minister-designate Benjamin Netanyahu views himself as a "figure of destiny" and returned to the political limelight in order to "stop Iran," according to a veteran journalist who recently interviewed him.

King Hezekiah Inscriptions Among 'Most Important Archaeological Discoveries in Israel of All Time,' Professor Says

King Hezekiah Inscriptions Among 'Most Important Archaeological Discoveries in Israel of All Time,' Professor Says

An Israeli ancient history professor has recently translated inscriptions describing the life of the biblical Judean King Hezekiah.

Israeli Middle School Students, Guide Find 3,000-Year-Old Canaanite Scarab during Field Trip

Israeli Middle School Students, Guide Find 3,000-Year-Old Canaanite Scarab during Field Trip

Israeli middle school students on an archaeological tour near Tel Aviv recently came across a 3,000-Year-Old Canaanite scarab designed as a dung beetle.

Mosaic Evidence of Early Christianity Found at the 'Burnt Church' in Upper Galilee

Mosaic Evidence of Early Christianity Found at the 'Burnt Church' in Upper Galilee

Archaeologists have uncovered four Byzantine-era inscriptions after cleaning tiles during a dig in Upper Galilee earlier this summer.

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