Advancements in the analysis of challenging DNA samples have led to groundbreaking new technologies that are revolutionizing forensic DNA analysis for law enforcement investigations and historians of ancient times.
Since the time of their discovery in 1996, the ruins at Göbekli Tepe, near Şanlıurfa, Turkey, have generated heated discussions among archaeologists.
Strong Inscriptional Confirmations of People in the Hebrew Bible Wednesday, December 14, 2022, at 8 pm via Zoom Lawrence Mykytiuk, Purdue University How many people named in just the Five Books of Moses have been confirmed by historians? Bible-era inscriptions confirm the historical reality of more than 55 persons in the entire twenty-four books Hebrew […]
The Message of Gospel Of Thomas: Resonances with Jewish Tradition Wednesday, June 15, 2022, at 8 PM via Zoom Elaine Pagels, Princeton University This talk engages the secret Gospel Of Thomas, discovered in 1945 in Upper Egypt, which consists of 114 sayings attributed to Jesus of Nazareth. While most scholarly research has focused on half […]