A quick analysis of Jewish history and how it was predicted by the Hebrew Bible.
The recent discovery of a 2,700 year old seal of the ‘Governor of Jerusalem’ historically validates several Bible references and in the process gives support to the Jewish claim of Jerusalem as their historical homeland. From Arutz Sheva: Excavations at Western Wall Plaza unearth unique stamped clay from the First Temple Period believed to belong […]
The Metropolitan Museum of Art acquired the Bible, from 14th-century Spain, from a collector. It will be on display at the Cloisters.
This morning at Sotheby?s New York, the auctioneer for today?s Important Judaica sale announced that The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York has acquired privately for an undisclosed amount a Magnificent Illuminated Hebrew Bible from Spain, which had previously been scheduled for the auction. Show More Summary
"The New Testament, after all, is not a store of ancient wonders like the Hebrew Bible. It's a grab bag of reportage, rumor, folk memory, and on-the-hoof mysticism produced by regular people, everyday babblers and clunkers, under the pressure of a supremely irregular event - namely, the life and death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. […]
Lizzie Wade, 'Can the Museum of the Bible overcome the sins of the past?' Science Magazine Oct. 16, 2017 In the forthcoming book Bible Nation: The United States of Hobby Lobby, Joel Baden, a Hebrew Bible scholar at Yale Divinity School,...Show More Summary
She never should have included the Bible verse in her emails, but the District responded perfectly.
The Bible describes 10 plagues that were visited upon ancient Egypt as retribution for enslaving the Hebrews. Here's a scientific take on what might have caused those deadly "miracles."
In the bible, Joseph established the world's first flat tax -- a 20% rate on agricultural production. Leviticus describes the world's first tax cut - the rate was dropped to 10% after the Hebrew Exodus. But the first time I recall earning miles for taxes was a MileagePlus credit card offer of 5000 miles for any tax payment a dozen years ago. Show More Summary
Benjamin Kennicott is probably best known today for the incredible illuminated manuscript at the Bodleian Library at Oxford that bears his name. However, his magnum opus was a two-volume print edition of the Hebrew Bible, based on extensive research from various manuscripts. We have discussed here earlier the great interest in Hebrew texts by various […]
“They that sow the wind – shall reap the whirlwind.” From the Hebrew Bible’s Book of Hosea, it means that if you choose to do X, expect to get X – good and hard. Now-President Donald Trump ran for the gig promising to “Drain the Swamp.” ...Show More Summary
While it is good to hear a different viewpoint, this time from Bible Prophecy - I AM FORCED TO QUESTION - WHY "Black Hebrew Israelites" have adopted the WORLDLY notion of "NATION STATES" (assumed "America As Their Own" ) instead of seeking...Show More Summary