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A Bible that survived hell

Incredible to think that a Bible that came from 9/11 was permanently opened to THIS passage!

In Orthodox iconography, the Virgin Mary is also the Burning Bush

An insightful typological relationship unites the Theotokos with the miracle Moses witnessed in Horeb.

Pope: If you’re reading the Bible, are you ready to meet Christ?

We have to be ready and willing to encounter Him and conform our lives to his.

What is the Vulgate and why is it important?

For many centuries the Roman Church exclusively used this ancient translation of the Bible.

Who are the main patriarchs in the Bible?

These three men are known as the primary "founding fathers" of both Judaism and Christianity.

British Library digitizes earliest surviving copy of New Testament

The manuscript, along with sacred texts from the world’s great faiths, is available to peruse online.

New evidence suggests the biblical Edomites were technologically advanced

The ancient culture may have produced copper in a surprisingly efficient manner.

Did Noah really live for 950 years?

Here are a few possible reasons why Genesis records people living much longer than they do today.

Who were the Nephilim in the book of Genesis?

Were they giants, fallen angels, or something else entirely?

Experts believe they have found an anchor from St. Paul’s shipwreck

The location of the anchors would change what we know of the path of St. Paul's voyage.

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