by Rivka Ronda Robinson
by Rabbi Pinchas Landis
Why did so many non-Jews, even from the ranks of the Roman elite like Queen Helena and Nero, convert to Judaism?
by Dr. Henry Abramson
This fascinating Hebrew letter from 630 BCE is the earliest documented example of how average Jews incorporated Judaism’s laws into their everyday lives.
by Rabbi Mordechai Becher
How the oldest, most complete and most accurate text of the Hebrew Bible founds its way back to Jerusalem.
by Rabbi Ken Spiro
The likely inspiration for the famous Passover poem is a medieval German children’s rhyme.
What is the Messiah and how will we know who he really is?
The survival of the Jewish people is unique in the annals of history.
by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks
As long as we never lose our story, we will never lose our identity.
And other things that Egyptian culture reveals about the Book of Exodus
by Prof. Joshua Berman
Examining the historicity of the biblical exodus.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of reunification.
by Dr. Lawrence H. Schiffman/Ami Magazine
Amazing discoveries that clearly show the Jewish connection to Jerusalem.
by Sean Savage
Biblical archaeology sees golden age in Israel, dark age in rest of Middle East.
Sara Yoheved Rigler
by Sara Yoheved Rigler
The two-millennia love affair of the Jewish People.
by Toby Klein Greenwald
Ancient gold treasure from 6th century discovered in Jerusalem.
Throughout history only Israel has protected the freedom of all peoples and faiths in Jerusalem.
by Rachel Ginsberg
The world of archeology is rocked by evidence of King David's palace unearthed in Jerusalem.
by Dovid Lichtman
Is there archaeological evidence that supports the Bible?
Jerusalem is at the center of the Arab-Israeli conflict. What are the spiritual, historical and political claims – from both sides?
What role does archaeology play in verifying Biblical events?
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