The Joseph Story and The Divine Long-Range Planner

Listening to Prof. Kugel, one would easily understand that the author of “How to read the bible?” is more interested in asking good questions than […]

Paths of Light in Isaiah: From the diachronic to the synchronic approach

The Book of Isaiah has been the classic example for historical-critical exegesis in proving the necessity of a diachronic study. Indeed, we can easily point […]

Annual Meeting of Young Dominican Biblicists

The symposium of Dominican Friars known as Bible in Jerusalem has become an annual fixture in the calendar of the École Biblique et Archéologique Française. […]

The Communication of the École is being modernized, follow us !

A New Website You are on the new website of the École Biblique et Archéologique, it was presented last Friday April 28th to all the […]

The Lagrange Lectures: a New Initiative at the Ecole

One of the newest initiatives at the École biblique is the launching of a series of high profile annual lectures. The project is conceived with […]

3 Students Revist Their Semester in Jerusalem

Doctoral students writing theses or at the end of their studies in biblical theology and exegesis, Nathalie, Fr. Stéphane and Fr. Martin lived and studied […]

Exegesis: The Servant and the Servants in Isaiah 40-66

The Prof. Dr. Ulrich Berges, from the Bonn Universität, was student at the École biblique during the years 1980’s. He came back last week to […]

Marc Girard: The biblical symbols resonate in both Testaments

Fr. Marc Girard, a priest of the Diocese of Chicoutimi in Canada, is a Visiting Professor at the École Biblique and an Associate Researcher for […]