It takes time to learn to be free.
Breaking down the firewall between the Bible and Jewish tradition.
The shifting historical meaning of “Thou shalt not oppress a stranger.”
The inverse of the Oedipus complex.
And the role of the family in Jewish life.
It’s rooted in the prosperity gospel.
Putting an odd anecdote in context.
Leviticus’ universal commandment.
A secular victory at the International Bible Quiz.
John Howard Yoder’s pedagogical Scripture.
The law in Leviticus seems morally questionable, not to mention out of line with the Bible’s otherwise encouraging stance toward the bearing of children. What’s it really about?
What a new study misses about the book of Samuel.
And doesn’t allow for Jewish readings.