Archaeologists discover evidence that may prove biblical King David existed

The discovery of a large building near the Hebron hills suggests the Kingdom of Jerusalem found in the Bible have been more than myth.

Jesus’ baptism site to be cleared of landmines

After years of negotiations, a project is finally underway to rid the sacred West Bank site of unexploded mines from the 1967 Six-Day War.

Experience the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in 3-D immersive virtual reality

The National Geographic Museum invites you to visit Christ’s tomb without ever setting foot in Jerusalem.

Walking Jesus’ “Way of the Cross” in Jerusalem (PHOTOS)

Follow the path that tradition tells us Jesus took on the way to his crucifixion and burial.

Dead Sea Scrolls’ rare account of Noah exhibited for first time

The fragment of the ancient Jewish text is from the Genesis Apocryphon.

‘A Catholic Guide to the Holy Land’: An interview with a biblical archaeologist

Archaeological discoveries unlock the meaning hidden underneath the cultural and scriptural context of the Bible

Prison built over one of the oldest churches in the Holy Land makes way for archaeological park

The ruins of a Roman army base were also found, revealing the startling discovery that some centurions were among early Christians.

Church of the Holy Sepulchre to reopen as Israel drops tax collection plan

Christian leaders had closed the holy site in protest of new tax assessment on church properties

Clay seal with ‘signature of Prophet Isaiah’ found in Jerusalem

The seal was found ten feet from where the same archaeological team had already found another one belonging to King Hezekiah

Visitors to Jesus’ baptism site are warned: Watch out for mines

The area contains a minefield left over from the 1967 Six-Day War.

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