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  • National Geographic – The Magdala Stone

    National Geographic – The Magdala Stone

    What Archaeology Is Telling Us About the Real Jesus Believers call him the Son of God. Skeptics dismiss him as legend. Now, researchers digging in the Holy Land are sifting fact from fiction. National Geographic Magazine See the headlining article in the latest edition of National Geographic Magazine which features the Magdala Stone: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/12/jesus-tomb-archaeology/

  • Detroit Jewish News

    Detroit Jewish News

    Excavation for a Galilee Pilgrim’s Guesthouse Yields a 1st – Century City Detroit Jewish News By Shari Cohen https://thejewishnews.com/2017/11/28/excavation-galilee-pilgrims-guesthouse-yields-1st-century-city/ (click to read)

  • The Magdala Stone: The Jerusalem Temple Embodied

    The Magdala Stone: The Jerusalem Temple Embodied

    Imagine a first-century Jew living in the land near their Temple in Jerusalem, yet they are too far away to make frequent visits. What did the Temple represent in their daily life? Did they locate God’s presence in the Jerusalem Temple alone or also in their midst when they gathered in the synagogue? For a […]

  • Mary Magdalene – Aleteia

    Mary Magdalene – Aleteia

    New findings suggest a different Mary Magdalene, “A woman of substance.” Archaeological dig unearths clues to real identity of “Apostle to the Apostles.” By John Burger Aleteia – July 22, 2016 (click to read)

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