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  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
Until now, few remains from Nehemiah's time in Jerusalem (444-432 B.C.) have been uncovered. But now, Eilat Mazar, a Hebrew University archaeologist digging in the city, believes she has identified remnants of that famous wall that protected Jerusalem after the Jews returned from the Babylonian captivity.
  • by Good News
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia explains why a cupbearer was such an important official in the royal courts of antiquity.
  • by Good News
How did Nehemiah accomplish the Herculean task of rebuilding Jerusalem when other governors had failed? As a leader, he knew how to encourage and instill confidence in others to get the job done.