The Dead Sea Scrolls, some of which are currently on display at the Museum of Science in Boston, are the oldest copies of Biblical texts ever found.
The Hanukkah and Christmas holidays coincide amid a season of Jewish and Christian bridge-building, as evidenced, in part, by a recent surprise bestseller on Amazon.
Ancient Dead Sea Scrolls find new accessibility in New York's bustling Times Square.
Ancient history competes with Broadway glamor in New York's Times Square.
Five of the Dead Sea Scrolls are now online. More could be coming in the years ahead. The Dead Sea Scrolls show the diversity of Jewish religious thought around the time of Jesus.
Dead Sea Scrolls: Now, as the new year approaches on the Hebrew calendar, anyone can view, read and interact with five digitized Dead Sea Scrolls, the most complete of the eight the Israel Museum has in its collection.
The text on the ancient scrolls, which are kept in a vault in Jerusalem, is still being studied by scholars.
The tiny books have stirred debate over the Christian 'secrets' they could contain and who can sell them. Now, they may never be decoded.
As The King James translation of the Bible marks its 400th anniversary, its deep influence and prominence are slipping.
An Egyptologist has announced the discovery of 70 metal books in Jordan that he claims could be some of the oldest known Christian documents. But some evidence contradicts those claims.