Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem

The church in Ramat Beit Shemesh.

1,500-year-old Byzantine Church with stunning mosaics discovered in Beit Shemesh

The building has been named the “Church of the Glorious Martyr,” after the figure to whom the church was devoted according to an inscription, and whose identity remains a mystery.

A focus on Beit Shemesh

Beit Shemesh, at the crossroads between Jerusalem and coast, has been inhabited since earliest times, going back to the pre-biblical Canaanite civilization from whom its idolatrous name originates.

The winery is staffed by members of Kishorit, a kibbutz of 175 special-needs people in the Western G

Kishor wine-tasting warms hearts at Bible Lands

The event celebrated the award-winning wines produced by the special-needs Kibbutz.

THE VIDEO ART installation courtesy of Shlomit Yaakov. THE VIDEO ART installation courtesy of Shlomi

Art in at the deep blue end

The museum’s annual summertime arts festival goes by the name of Andrelamuse Blues and casts its net over a broad stretch of disciplines and art forms.

The Dead Sea Scrolls exhibition has attracted millions of visitors over the past half century

A biblical story retold

The relic, which is currently on display, is part of the Genesis Apocryphon, which contains a description, in Aramaic, of the lives of Noah, Abraham, Enoch and Lamech.

VISITORS WALK through an exhibit room during a preview day at the Museum of the Bible last month

Where focus on the Bible is more than a hobby

The expansive, breathtaking new Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC, may be funded by Evangelicals, but it has more than a few touches from the modern State of Israel.


Lever le voile sur le roi David

Le récit du combat de David contre Goliath divise encore les historiens. L’exposition du musée des Pays de la Bible pourrait sceller le débat

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