top of page

The first Nehemiah Press publication, Joshua, Judges, and Jesus - A Walk Through Biblical History Guidebook, is now available for purchase in print or as a digital download. The 56-page guidebook includes full-color photos and descriptions of the 170 artifacts excavated from the land of the Bible and displayed in the 3J Museum on The Bible Seminary (TBS) campus, as well as articles about fascinating archaeological excavations and information about TBS.

Author Scott Stripling is an archaeologist who serves as the 3J Museum Director, Director of the Archaeological Studies Institute, Shiloh Director of Excavations, and a TBS Provost and Vice-President of Donor Relations.

Co-author Jordan McClinton serves as the 3J Museum Co-Director, Shiloh Square Supervisor, and is TBS Master of Arts in Biblical History and Archaeology student scheduled to graduate in 2022.


The Bible Seminary (TBS) is pleased to announce the establishment of Nehemiah Press, a division focused on developing, producing, and distributing resources profitable for making disciples, teaching, and training in righteousness to help inform and nurture faith and equip people for good works that glorify God and serve others in Jesus’ name.

Nehemiah Press will provide select opportunities for TBS leaders, faculty, students, alumni, and others to collaborate in producing and publishing premium, peer-reviewed works in digital and print on-demand formats. For more information, visit

bottom of page