We don’t know much about when or how the Ark of the Covenant disappeared, but we do know that it was never inside Ezra’s second Temple.
Armageddon means the “end of the world” to most of us today, thanks to popular culture. But that definition isn’t quite accurate.
According to Jewish tradition, Esau’s frustration with Jacob did not end in Genesis 33; he challenged the sale of his birthright as Jacob’s body was being interred in the Cave of Machpelah with his parents’.
Today Gaza is rich in archaeological artifacts but poor in livable space, so the city leaders and developers continue to level tels in favor of new construction.
When you imagine an archaeological site, do you see white tents, pith helmets, and sand dunes? Is the dig director a middle-aged man with a thick British accent, bossing around his local workers and charging into newly opened tombs with abandon? That image isn’t too far from the truth of the late-19th- and early-20th-century excavations […]
An announcement of Amanda’s new book series, The Red-Haired Archaeologist.
We all are empowered to study the word of God, and it is okay to ask questions of His text and our traditions.
Season 1 of The Red-Haired Archaeologist Podcast has been re-edited!
God wants to use all of us to reconcile His people to Himself from wherever we are.
Once excavation and restoration are complete, Magdala will be a dazzling example of maritime society in the ancient world.