Even though it takes liberties rendering the original text, a new Danish Bible breaks from anti-Semitic Christian replacement theology in a far clearer way than ever before.
A way to refute Christian claims that God had abandoned the Jews.
Without Jewish and Christian ideas of human dignity, “universal” values are left hanging in the void.
“May his name be obliterated.”
A new scholarly analysis of the early church.
But another book provides insight into mankind’s religious nature.
What Judaism teaches, and Christianity does not, about hating the wicked.
Only lukewarm Christianity seems to be losing ground.
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.