First known depictions of biblical heroines Jael and Deborah uncovered in Israel
(RNS) — The earliest known depiction of biblical heroines Jael and Deborah was discovered at an ancient synagogue in Israel, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill announced last week. A rendering of one figure driving a stake through the head of a military general was the initial clue that led the team to identify the figures, according to project director Jodi Magness.
Global family tree ‘traced’ to Noah’s sons through Y chromosome
HEBRON, Ky. (BP) -- One question puzzled Answers in Genesis researcher and biologist Nathaniel T. Jeanson for decades: What was going on in pre-Columbus America before Europeans arrived?
Judge orders forfeiture of ancient tablet from Museum of the Bible
BROOKLYN, N. Y. (RNS) — A federal judge has ordered Hobby Lobby, the arts and crafts chain whose president is Museum of the Bible founder Steve Green, to forfeit an ancient tablet bearing a rare fragment of the Epic of Gilgamesh.