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BorderStone Press

BorderStone Press, LLC
limited liability company
Industry book publishing, media, research
Founded 2009
Key people Brian Mooney, Roger Duke, Bradley Mooney, Elizabeth Wood[1]
Products Books
Subsidiaries Thesis Imprints
Website www.borderstonepress.com

BorderStone Press is a limited liability publishing company located in the United States[2][3] that publishes works of historical fiction, children's literature, history, science, current issues and religion.

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The company name is derived from the ancient prohibition against moving boundary markers, and its continuing mission is to seek truth in all things. See Proverbs 22:8, 23:10; Deuteronomy 27:17; 19:14."[4]

Research Initiatives

In the Spring of 2011, BSP launched its "Research Israel" Project, a research initiative undertaken with New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. The first part of this project will be the documentation of NOBTS's Tel Gezer expedition in the June, 2011. BSP and NOBTS will work closely with the Israeli Nature and Parks Authority as well as the Israeli Antiquities Authority to explore an early Canaanite water shaft that first excavated by R.A. McAlister. BSP will publish the findings of this expedition in a volume due in the winter 2011/2012.

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