About Ross K. NicholsAuthor, Explorer, Researcher, Teacher
Ross K. Nichols is an author, explorer, researcher, and teacher. He has published three books through Horeb Press: The Moses Scroll (2021), Fragments of a Leather Manuscript Containing Moses’ Last Words to the Children of Israel (2021), and These Are the Words: Essential Biblical Hebrew Vocabularies (2022). You can find his books on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other booksellers.
Nichols has traveled extensively to Israel and Jordan over the past decade, leading tours and conducting biblical research. To join one of his Holy Land Tours, see his tour page or visit the Tanakh Tours website.
His primary research interests include the Hebrew Bible, emphasizing the Pentateuch, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and nineteenth-century explorations and discoveries in the Levant. He has participated in archaeological excavations in Jerusalem and Biblical Tamar south of the Dead Sea and expeditions to identify the locations mentioned in the wilderness itineraries, including the quest for Biblical Horeb/Sinai.
Nichols is a Vice President and an ordained minister of the Hebrew Faith for United Israel World Union, an educational, non-profit organization founded in 1944. Videos of his weekly classes in Biblical studies are live-streamed to a growing global audience on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. Audio archives of his biblical teachings are available on Amazon Music/Audible, Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, Pandora, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, and most major podcast directories. Search for United Israel by Ross K. Nichols and subscribe.
To learn more about Ross’s current work, visit his website (https://rossknichols.com) or his Academia Page (https://independent.academia.edu/RossKNichols). You can also subscribe to his YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/rossknicholsTV) and follow him on social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram).
To learn more about United Israel World Union, see (https://unitedisraelworldunion.com). To learn more about The Moses Scroll or follow the Author’s Blog, visit (https://themosesscroll.com).
You may also directly support Ross’s research projects by becoming a founding member on his Patreon page (https://www.patreon.com/rossknichols/about).