Ross K. Nichols

Independent Biblical Researcher, Author, Teacher

Ross K. Nichols on Academia is a free and open repository of academic journal articles published by independent researchers and affiliated scholars. Check out Ross’ articles on a variety of subjects related to his studies and research interests.

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Ross' Weekly Teachings on iTunes

These podcasts represent the on-demand, archived teachings presented live on Saturday mornings from the United Israel Center South in Saint Francisville, Louisiana.

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Podcasts with Jono Vandor

This podcast series represents the collaboration of Ross K. Nichols and Truth2U radio host Jono Vandor. These discussions are entertaining and educational, covering a variety of subjects.

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Podcasts with Jono Vandor

Holy Land Tours with Ross

See the Sites. Go behind the scenes, experience the Holy Land on a level that most tours miss. My tours will bring your Bible to life while you experience the modern miracle that is the State of Israel. The tours highlight Israel’s past, present, and future, by uniquely connecting people with the history, present-day realities, and prophecies contained within the Bible.

Live-Streamed Bible Classes

Every Saturday Morning, Ross teaches a live-streamed class on the United Israel World Union Facebook Page and YouTube Channel. Teaching begins at 10:30 a.m. Central Time every Saturday morning.

You can also subscribe to Shabbat Teachings on iTunes.

The Blog & Writing Projects

Ross’ writing covers a wide range of subjects relating to the world of the Bible and Biblical Faith. The Blog & Writing Projects page contains selective articles as well as links to Ross’ Academia Page and his popular, The Moses Scroll Blog.

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Ross K. Nichols is a researcher, writer, educator, and author of The Moses Scroll and a popular blog related to emerging Shapira research. He has traveled extensively to Israel over the past decade and participated in archaeological excavations in Jerusalem and at Biblical Tamar south of the Dead Sea, where he has mapped and surveyed the desert regions of the Negev associated with biblical narratives. He is presently completing two additional books, both involving newly discovered evidence related to the Moses Shapira story. Nichols is also an ordained minister and teacher of the Hebrew faith for United Israel World Union, an educational, non-profit organization founded in 1944. His weekly classes in Biblical studies are live-streamed to a growing, global audience.