A bomb blast in the West Bank city of Hebron has unearthed what researchers now believe to be pages from the Dead Sea Scrolls. Although blood splattered the papyrus fragments are in remarkable condition and the ancient Aramaic writing is quite legible. In a great “hands across the water” moment religious scholars and art historians have come together to decipher this important early (20-33 BCE) document. The ancient text talks of the coming of a great artist whom you will know by his “whimsical style and thought provoking edge”.  Theologians are divided on the significance.   


January 07, 2016

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