The Galilee Fishermen

The Galilee Fishermen

The Sea of Galilee’s primary industry has not changed in several thousand years. While methods may be more modern, fishermen on the lake today haul in their daily catch in much the same way that Jesus’ disciples would have done. Read More...

Ancient Bee Hives

Ancient Bee Hives

Recent discoveries of 3,000-year-old beehives in a northern Israel archaeological site lend credit to the Bible’s claim that ancient Canaan was “land flowing with milk and honey.” Read More...

King Herod’s Quarry

King Herod’s Quarry

A 2,000-year-old quarry was recently unearthed that archaeologists believe was the source of many of the larger stones of the Wailing Wall–Judaism’s most holy site. And we were there just as it was being announced to the world Read More...

The Temple Mount Desecration

The Temple Mount Desecration

An Interview with Dr. Gabriel Barkay about construction work being done on the Temple Mount that is destroying extremely significant archaeological information. Read More...

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