About the Author


Rabbi Leibel Reznick

Rabbi Leibel Reznick has been a senior lecturer in Talmudic studies in Rockland County, New York for the past 25 years. He has authored three books (The Holy Temple Revisited, A Time to Weep, and The Mystery of Bar Kokhba) and over 100 magazine and newspaper articles on Jewish History, archaeology, and religious and social issues.


The Big Lie: The Muslims, Jerusalem and Archaeology, Part 2

Millennia of artifacts with Hebrew inscriptions prove the Jewish presence.

The Big Lie: The Muslims, Jerusalem and Archaeology, Part 1

The Arab onslaught to erase the Jewish people's historical connection with the Temple Mount.

Biblical Archeology: Bringing the Bible to Life

Independent sources confirm many of the major and minor characters of the Bible.

Egyptology in the Torah: Biblical Archeology

Contrary to popular Egyptologist belief, the Torah does contain numerous hints of contemporary life in ancient Egypt.

Biblical Archeology: Prophet and the Earthquake

The historicity of Balaam, the non-Jewish prophet.

Did Hebron Disappear?

Despite the overwhelming evidence, why do some archeologists claim that Hebron was uninhabited during the times of Moses and Joshua?

Biblical Archeology: Sodom and Gomorrah

Does archeological data support the Biblical story?

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