An impressive but flawed new book tries to do so.
To read the Bible as a great work, one must assume that it’s something more than a hodgepodge of disparate texts.
Samson Raphael Hirsh’s critique of biblical criticism.
(Although not always.)
Biblical criticism is never value-free. In itself that’s not a problem; the problem arises when readers don’t know what worldview a particular scholar brings to his or her work.
Breaking down the firewall between the Bible and Jewish tradition.
A secular victory at the International Bible Quiz.
Did ancient rabbis get their idea of divine law from the ancient Greeks?
A participatory theory of revelation.
Why is the founder of the Israelite kingdom portrayed in so many shades of gray?