Supporters hail the recent Iran deal as a diplomatic success story but critics – including Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu – are calling the deal a “mistake.”
During excavations in the Jewish Quarter after the Six Day War in 1967, archaeologists discovered the ruins of a burnt house.
Nazareth will always be known as the residence of Jesus Christ, but over the last five years the city has become a culinary hotspot.
During summer excavations conducted by Hebrew University of Jerusalem archaeologist Dr. Eilat Mazar, two bundles of treasures were found.
Visit Bethlehem and sample the best of the biblical city over the course of one day.
An exciting archaeological find in Israel should remind us that the Bible is the story of God acting in history.
An 1,800-year-old Roman-era road was exposed last month during road work in Beit Hanina, a neighborhood in Jerusalem.
Is the election of a "moderate" leader in Iran good news for Israel and the West?
One great way to gain new insights into Christ's life, death and resurrection is to get to know the Jerusalem Temple.
Most tourists visiting the Old City of Jerusalem use the Jaffa Gate when entering by foot.
We know Jesus was a Galilean. But who exactly the Galileans were during Bible times is a more complicated matter.
The U.S. was not given any warning before air strikes in Syria against what Western and Israeli officials say were weapons headed for Hezbollah militants.
On my last visit to Jericho, I wanted to find the sycamore tree Zacchaeus climbed to see Jesus in Luke 19:1-4.
Thanks to Israel's ingathering of the exiles, visitors can sample authentic and delicious cuisine from places you may not have even heard of -- such as Tashkent, Tikrit, Sanaa, Fez or Gondar.
Christians visiting the Holy Land in the spring sometimes fail to appreciate the link between Passover and Easter.
With Passover just three weeks away, the timing of a massive infestation of locusts in Egypt is striking many Israelis as downright biblical.
Israel is the only country in the Middle East where the Christian community has actually grown.
The unexpected beauty of the Negev offers a wonderful opportunity to enjoy a two-day getaway. Promising a myriad of biblical archaeological sites, hiking trails, Bedouin hospitality and even some delightful boutique wineries, the Negev desert is the perfect place to get away from it all and enjoy it all.
President Obama is planning his first trip to Israel since taking office in 2008. The trip is planned for the spring but the White House has not yet released the date or details about the itinerary.