Tag Archives: Tabernacle

How did bells on the High Priest’s garment sound?

In 2011, archaeologists Eli Shukron and Ronny Reich uncovered a golden bell in Jerusalem that may have belonged to a 1st century High Priest. Small golden bells were part of the High Priest’s official attire when ministering in the Holy … Continue reading

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Do the adornments on the Qeiyafa shrines contradict the Israelite ban on images?

Some scholars point out a seeming contradiction with the newly-announced shrines from Khirbet Qeiyafa. The Qeiyafa archaeologists conclude that the city’s inhabitants observed the Israelite ban on religious images, yet they show us a model temple adorned with lions and … Continue reading

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“Before Jerusalem There Was Shiloh”

The Jerusalem Post runs a column by Wayne Stiles on biblical sites in Israel. This week features Shiloh, the first place where God’s Presence resided in Canaan. Shiloh should be more famous among Christians than it actually is. Joshua divided … Continue reading

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