Category Archives: Biblical Archaeology

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1500-Year Old Bible Discovery!

The second-oldest biblical writing (after the Dead Sea Scrolls) has just been found, furthering the existing evidence of biblical reliability! 45 years ago, a little charred scroll was unearthed at an excavation of a 4th century (AD) synagogue in Ein Gedi. Significantly, this is the first ancient Torah scroll to have been found inside a Continue Reading

Evidence for Noah’s Flood Found at Ocean Bottom

Metallic nodules have been found on the floor of the Atlantic Ocean that furthers proof of the Great Flood as told in Genesis. These bowling-ball sized orbs of manganese nodules are probably not evidence of prehistoric mermaid bowling team, because manganese nodules form naturally. However, this is the biggest cluster of ore like this found Continue Reading

New Excavation Alludes to Jesus’ Childhood Home?

A convent… built on top of a Byzantine church… built on top of a 1st century Jewish home. Before you start telling your friends that Rose Publishing is blogging like a Dr. Seuss book, hear us out: British archaeologist Ken Dark, also a professor at the University of Reading in Great Britain, believes he may Continue Reading

7 Reasons You Can Trust the Bible

How is your 40 Days of Fasting Bible reading going? We pray that you’re being enriched in your time spent with the Lord in the Word. New to the Rose Bible challenges? Well, it’s not too late to start! Click here for the FREE reading plan then click to subscribe in the top right corner Continue Reading

Dead Sea Scrolls in Los Angeles March 10 – Sept. 7!

The Dead Sea Scrolls will be at California Science Center, Los Angeles, CA — Opens March 10 2015. Exhibit & Ticket Information: The Dead Sea Scrolls discovery is one of the most important finds to confirm that the Bible was handed down accurately over the centuries. A few people believe (wrongly) that the Dead Continue Reading

Biblical City of Libnah Found!

Tel Burna, Central Jerusalem – Archaeologists are digging into a mound located in the mountains of central Israel. This mound has gone unexplored until recent curiosity made it a point of interest in 2009. Specialists believe, according to geography and historical records, that Tel Burna could be the biblical location of Libnah, where the Israelites Continue Reading

2,500 Year Old Evidence of Jewish Life in Babylonian Exile Found

Just this week, a collection of ancient tablets dating back to 572-477 B.C.E. were revealed in Jerusalem at the Bible Lands Museum. This fraction of Babylonian history, with each tablet dated meticulously by their scribes, reveals a village once located between the Tigris and Euphrates called “Al-Yahudu,” a Babylonian term oft used to describe Jerusalem. Continue Reading

Powerful New X-Ray Technique May Help Read Unopened Bible Scrolls


Researchers have discovered a powerful new x-ray technique of reading previously unopened scrolls that were too fragile to unroll. The finding has great implications for reading Bible scrolls that have been unable to read. With this new method, experts announced they have managed to read from one of the 1,800 ancient scrolls buried when Mount Continue Reading

Hungarian language version of Why Trust

Hungarian language version of Why Trust the Bible and Gospels Lost and Found pamphlets just came off the press.

Dead Sea Scrolls – On display in the U.S. until October 2010

The Dead Sea Scrolls will be at Science Museum of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN — March 12-October 24, 2010. Exhibit & Ticket Information: Group Discount Information: The Dead Sea Scrolls discovery is one of the most important finds to confirm that the Bible was handed down accurately over the centuries. A few people Continue Reading

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