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.
It’s not a clear-cut issue.
Cuneiform tablets could shed light on the biblical account of the Israelite arrival in Canaan.
Cecil B. DeMille’s absent heirs.
Distorting Judaism and history.
“To work and guard it.”
The lottery of the Vilna Gaon.
The Benjaminite rehabilitation.
The Tabernacle has to measure up.
“This now is bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh” and other remarkable Hebraisms in the English tongue.