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The Fishy Secret to Ancient Magdala’s Economic Growth

Cornering the salted fish market Excavations and research conducted around the Sea of Galilee have revealed a great deal about the history of the Galilean towns and their populations during the first century C.E. At Magdala, hometown of Mary Magdalene in the Bible, excavations have uncovered a large marketplace with 28 shops, about 300 fishing weights, 40 pools and more than 4,000 ancient coins, the majority of which were minted in Jerusalem. Putting all of this together, the finds...

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What "Isn't" the Hebrew Roots Movement?

What “Isn’t” the Hebrew Roots Movement? This article serves as a response to an article at gotquestions.org. Original article can be found here: http://www.gotquestions.org/Hebrew-roots.html (Quotes from the article are in quotes and italics)  “Although there are many different and diverse Hebrew Roots assemblies with variations in their teachings, they all adhere to a common emphasis on recovering the "original" Jewishness of...

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