In Britain, people seem to take it on faith that to have faith is stupid.
The New York Times columnist seems to think Judaism is a “dead culture.”
At a refreshingly Christian memorial service, a secular Jew has some mixed feelings.
Does God command genocide in the book of Joshua?
When Christians Were Jews.
A new version of an old shortcut.
When applied globally the equation of traditional Christianity with privilege is a gross category error.
The anxiety of criticism.
The Hexapla in the Genizah.
The Marcionite legacy.
And how “God-fearers” became Gentile Christians.
Particularism, universalism, and the circumcision of Jesus.
A “view of Judaism on its own terms.”
Will paganism supplant monotheism?