Opening the Copper Scroll

Opening the Copper Scroll

A few weeks ago, I wrote about how the Copper Scroll was found. However, in the beginning, the Copper Scroll didn’t set off the kind of alarm bells that you may expect. The black market was flooded with Dead Sea Scrolls, most of which were very fragmentary. It was a...

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Official Copper Scroll Project Book Trailer

The Copper Scroll Project officially launched on October 31, 2018. I thought I would never see this day come but strangers are picking up the book in the airport, checking it out from the library, and adding it to their holiday wish list. The book is doing what books...

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Christian Media Summit in Jerusalem

Christian Media Summit in Jerusalem

Two weeks ago, I had the opportunity to attend the second annual Christian Media Summit in Jerusalem. Hosted by the Government Press Office, the four-day event brought together 130 pro-Israel Christian media figures from 30 countries. The goal of the summit was to...

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Review of The Copper Scroll Project

Review of The Copper Scroll Project

Note from Shelley: Victor Sharpe is a prolific freelance writer and author of several books including the trilogy, Politicide: The attempted murder of the Jewish state.  Because I have long been an admirer of Victor's work, I sent him an advance author copy of The...

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Finding the Copper Scroll

Finding the Copper Scroll

In the spring of 1952, Henri de Contenson, a young French scholar, mounted an expedition to scout desert terraces and cliffs in the Judean desert. They were looking for Dead Sea Scrolls, racing against the illicit Bedouin excavations by using their own team of hired...

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The Holy Calendar

The Holy Calendar

This week’s Torah portion covers Deuteronomy 31:1 to 31:30. It is titled Vayeilech which means “and he went.” As the text opens, the people are about to enter into a period of warfare. To take possession of the land, they will first have to fight. Moses assures these...

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Intro to Parasha

Intro to Parasha

Jewish tradition holds that 2500 years ago, Ezra the scribe and Jewish elders created an annual reading schedule which divided the Torah, the first five books of the Bible, into 54 sections. The sections are called parasha, or portion. Following the calendar, it takes...

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