From Sheba to Jerusalem.
Josiah left a permanent stamp on Judaism, leading, for the first time in generations, an all-out battle against idolatry.
Hills? Mounds? Platforms?
Fighting idolatry in the 8th century BCE.
A new theory sheds light on the biblical description of the death of Jezebel.
Why the northern kingdom provoked the prophets’ ire.
One of the most famous moments in his prophetic career.
There’s a tomb on the Mount of Olives. But who’s inside?
Last year, archaeologists discovered lumps of clay (known as bullae) made for sealing documents in Khirbet Summeily in the Negev. Their presence suggests. . .
It is generally agreed that, if Kings David and Solomon were historical personages, they would have lived in the 10th century BCE. But some scholars. . .
We rightly admire King Solomon for his unparalleled knowledge and wisdom, ignoring his later downfall and the loss of both his kingdom and his wealth.. . .