Jim Barfield and Chris Knight provide an update to The Copper Scroll Project. The Copper Scroll is an authentic cousin to the Dead Sea Scrolls. Placed on a cave shelf by ancient hands 2400 years ago, the copper scroll was discovered in 1952 near Qumran, Israel, by a French archaeologist. The copper artifact is the only one of its kind – not written on leather or papyrus – and not a book or segment of the bible. Engraved in an early form of Hebrew, the fragile copper scroll is singular in its existence. Scholars believe it just may be the key to finding the long-lost artifacts of The Holy Temple and even The Tabernacle.