What’s behind the mysterious “sons of God” and “daughters of men” in Genesis?
The most beautiful idea in the history of civilization.
A Latin pun and John Milton.
“To work and guard it.”
Lost in translation.
The answer lies in the Tree of Life.
Jonathan Sacks, chief rabbi emeritus of the United Kingdom, argues that the biblical idea of marriage (and love) is a contribution as important as monotheism. . .
The Torah’s problem with trying to lead a quiet, comfortable life.
A creature eternally cursed for tempting Eve to eat from the Tree of Knowledge came to symbolize redemption for the Israelites in the wilderness. How?