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Archaeologists find seal which supports biblical account of the fall of Judah

The seal is linked to a name from the Bible, supporting the Old Testament's accounts of the fall of Judah.

Sea of Galilee rises in biblical proportions, 11 inches in 24 hours

40 inches of rainfall over the winter is alleviating 5-year drought

Morgan Freeman searches for ‘The Story of God’ in Israel

The third season of his National Geographic show is filming in Bethlehem, Megiddo and Jerusalem.

Torrential Israeli rains unearth two rare figurines dating back over 2,000 years

IAA implores all those who discover such finds to turn them over to the authorities.

Where did Jesus’ first miracle really take place?

The actual location of Cana of Galilee is anything but certain.

Pilgrims find a spiritual retreat at the “Boat Chapel” by the Sea of Galilee

"He got into one of the boats, the one belonging to Simon, and asked him to put out a little from shore. Then he sat down and taught the people from the boat.”

The “Jesus Boat,” an archeological treasure from the Sea of Galilee

The 2,000-year-old fishing vessel was discovered in 1986.

Israeli site of Christ’s baptism is clearing away thousands of landmines

Church properties, unaccessable for nearly 50 years, to be reopened when the land is safe.

See the freshly unearthed mosaics from a 5th-century Israeli synagogue

The site of Huqoq continues to reveal aspects of Jewish life in Late Antiquity.

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