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Web Sites of Related Interest

Biblical Archaeology Society The Biblical Archaeology Society was founded in 1974 as a nonprofit, nondenominational, charitable organization dedicated to education and to dissemination of information about archaeology in the Bible lands. The Society publishesBiblical Archaeology Review, the Bible Review and Archaeology Odyssey.

The Center for the Study of Early Christianity  The Center for the Study of Early Christianity, located about a kilometer south of Jerusalem’s Old City, is an interdenominational educational institution and research center co-ordinated by Christian scholars living in Jerusalem and was founded in 1984.

CenturyOne Bookstore On this site you will find discounted and hard to find books on archaeology, history, religion, and the Dead Sea Scrolls. In addition, there are special articles relating to these topics.

CenturyOne Foundation This foundation funds in whole and/or in part, archaeological projects, historical and biblical research, lectures and symposiums, publications and education on subjects pertaining to the time of the first century C.E./A.D.

Dead Sea Scrolls — Qumran Library at the University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy.

Flavius Josephus Home Page This site has much interesting material on Christian Origins based on the evidence in Josephus, in particular his “testimony” regarding Jesus and a most fascinating analysis thereof.

The Foundation for Biblical Archaeology This foundation is a Non-profit Organization established to promote the science of biblical archaeology by providing funding and support for expeditions, publication, research, and education.

Jerusalem Perspective Exploring The Jewish Background To The Life And Words Of Jesus
Jerusalem Perspective is a quarterly magazine reporting on recent discoveries relating to the life and teachings of Jesus. It features the work of Jewish and Christian scholars, particularly the scholars of the Jerusalem School of Synoptic Research.

Articles from the Jerusalem Perspective Magazine

The New Testament Gateway A web directory of internet resources related to the New Testament.

Original Bible Project The Original Bible Project is a ten year effort to produce an entirely new translation of the complete Bible that will be ready by the year 2000 — at the turn of the Millennium. At the Original Bible Project Site, you will discover what makes this translation so unique, so unprecedented and be able to review a sample translation.

The Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature at the Hebrew University’s Institute of Jewish Studies. Established in 1995, the Orion Center stimulates and fosters research on the Scrolls, provides a forum for unique Scroll opportunities in Jerusalem, and coordinates research being carried out at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem with research abroad. The Orion Center aims to integrate information gained from the Scrolls into the existing body of knowledge about Judaisms in the Second Temple period.

Orion Center’s Beginner’s Guide to Scrolls

Scriptorium The Tanakh, New Testament, Koran, Rig Vedas, The Book of the Dead are all ancient texts considered sacred by those who looked to them for guidance. This site offers reproductions of those ancient texts on genuine papyrus or parchment and in the original ancient scripts and special features on New Testament history.

Scrolls from the Dead SeaThe Ancient Library of Qumran and Modern Scholarship is an Exhibit at the Library of Congress, Washington, DC. The site is divided into five sections: Introduction – The World of the Scrolls; The Qumran Library; The Qumran Community; Today – 2,000 Years Later; and Conclusion.

Dr. Tabor’s University of North Carolina-Charlotte Web Page

Why Waco?Cults and the Battle for Religious Freedom in America. Why Waco? will not only inform you, but will also challenge you about the way you view religious groups, especially those who subscribe to belief systems considered outside the norm of mainstream religion.

Why Waco?: Cults and the Battle for Religious Freedom in America. Read the entire first chapter – What Might Have Been – of Dr. Tabor’s book Why Waco? now on-line, or order a copy of the book from the University of California Press.



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