Breaking down the firewall between the Bible and Jewish tradition.
A secular victory at the International Bible Quiz.
A participatory theory of revelation.
Why is the founder of the Israelite kingdom portrayed in so many shades of gray?
An interview with the author of Revelation and Authority: Sinai in Jewish Scripture and Tradition.
“Reading the Bible was a kind of escape from Russia.”
Why some scholars want to see the exodus as just a great story.
By the beginning of the 21st century, Bible scholars had become divided into rival interpretive schools, each locked into its own rigid orthodoxies, writes Mark. . .
Academic study of the Bible in order to shed light on its origins presents a theological minefield; but this does not mean that traditionalist Jews. . .