It was left out of the Jewish Bible.
“The image of the seraph as a snake probably comes from Egyptian art.”
One of the most famous moments in his prophetic career.
A merchant, a street-brawler, and a Jew—and proud of all three.
In which “strange ghosts of backward letters” turn out to be Hebrew.
When he struck the rock to bring forth water.
And was it protection or punishment?
Jewish visual culture is an amplification of Jewish verbal culture.
A common, but false, dichotomy.
The 400-year-old translation is denigrated because of its archaic language. That’s one of its greatest strengths.
“The land in Torah isn’t passive; it has its own connection to God and to us.”
A recipe for overcoming dissolution.
Everett Fox believes the Bible was designed to be sung aloud.
An interview with the author of Revelation and Authority: Sinai in Jewish Scripture and Tradition.