I was interviewed by several journalists with Science & Life Magazine, which dedicated its latest issue to “The Origins of the Bible”.
In an article on “The Manuscripts in the Big Data Era”, Pierre-Yves Bocquet asked me about the computer tools I started developping more than ten years ago when I was a PhD student. He also asked me about future research perspectives in this area (see especially the recent international conference in Oslo to which I was invited in Oslo).
In an article entitled “The Santorin, Artisan of the Plagues of Egypt?”, David Humbert asked me about this theory that’s frequently offered to explain the Exodus account. I had discussed this issue in my conference on “The Exodus, Myth or Reality?”.
You can read all these articles in issue 156 of Cahiers de Science & Vie, out in October 2015, or directly below in PDF format PDF:
• “Les manuscrits à l’ère du Big Data”, Les cahiers de science & Vie 156, octobre 2015, p. 30-35
• “Le Santorin, artisan des plaies d’Égypte ?”, Les cahiers de Science & Vie 156, octobre 2015, p. 74-79