The two scribes of the Samaria ostraca.
Pseudo-archaic poetry, foreign vocabulary, and webs of references.
Amid the familiar clutter of vowels and cantillation marks, a few strange dots appear. They have no obvious function, and yet they go back thousands of years. Their purpose is . . .
Truth becomes evident only through time.
New evidence of ancient bees.
It sees rituals as more than symbolic.
The Grammar of God.
Making sense of a famous biblical image.
Lost in translation.
It was damaged in a fire.
A possible explanation.
Everett Fox believes the Bible was designed to be sung aloud.
More than half of the words in modern Hebrew have roots in the Bible, and philologists continually craft new terms on their basis. So how. . .