In 1947, a Bedouin shepherd named Muhammad (Ahmed el-Dhib) was searching for his lost goat and came upon a small opening of a cave.Thinking that his goat may have fallen into the cave, he threw rocks into the opening.He collected seven of the best scrolls and left the other fragments scattered on the ground.Muhammad eventually brought some of the scrolls to a cobbler and antiquities dealer in Bethlehem named Khando.
The Temple Scroll discovered in Cave 11 is the largest and describes a future Temple in Jerusalem that will be built at the end of the age.
The article shows how Antarctica will change over the next 50 years, should either of these two situations occur.
Patrick Zukeran reviews the discovery of and important historical findings from the Dead Sea Scrolls.
A group of devoted Jews removed themselves from the mainstream and began a monastic life in the Judean desert.
Their studies of the Old Testament Scriptures led them to believe that God’s judgment upon Jerusalem was imminent and that the anointed one would return to restore the nation of Israel and purify their worship.