Including a romance about the biblical Joseph.
A forgotten but undeniably Jewish, book.
Authority without absolutism.
Kosher food only, please.
It was left out of the Jewish Bible.
In which “strange ghosts of backward letters” turn out to be Hebrew.
A strange book based on several ancient Jewish texts.
Any Catholic edition of the Bible contains a text known as “Additions to Esther.” Based on an ancient version of the Book of Esther, and. . .
There are a few references to Satan in the Hebrew Bible, but the figure they describe bears little relation to that found in the New. . .
The teeming religious literature of the Second Temple period—shunned by the rabbis of the Talmud—has now been gathered in a three-volume work. But who will. . .