Opher Segal is a veteran writer, producer, and journalist who has been actively involved with the Dead Sea Scrolls for the past three decades – translating, writing commentaries, and publishing about the Scrolls. He produced and hosted the show, “Kaleidoscope,” which aired on Time Warner Cable for twenty years. Many of the leading experts on the Dead Sea Scrolls appeared on the show. Segal co-produced “Treasures of the Jewish World,” which aired on the Trinity Broadcasting Network for seven years.
He has lectured extensively on international law, political science, and the psychological aspects related to the Middle East. He is the author of over fifteen hundred articles on a broad range of subjects, from religion and politics to sports and music. Segal has a Master’s degree in Psychology from California State University, Los Angeles. He lives in Southern California.
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VideosInterview with Dead Sea Scrolls Expert
Interview with Robert Eisenman by Opher Segal
Treasure of the Dead Sea Scrolls
In 1952, a French archaeologist discovered a Dead Sea Scroll unlike any other - a scroll written on almost pure copper. Was this scroll a map to the treasures from the Second Temple in Jerusalem? Or, was it only half the answer? After sixty years, the mystery will be solved. The race is on to see who will have the insight and skill to correctly translate the Copper Scroll and find the treasure.
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