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Hebrew Bible

Isaiah, Hezekiah, and the moving shadow.

Frederick Baltz
Aug. 18 2017 12:01AM

Archaeology and the revolt of Jeroboam.

Jonathan S. Greer
Aug. 9 2017 12:01AM

Ancient rabbis got it right; modern scholars got it wrong.

Laura Quick
Aug. 4 2017 12:01AM

If anything, it confirms biblical accounts.

Jonathan Bernier
Aug. 3 2017 12:01AM

The brave attempt at monotheism was bound to go wrong sometimes, and when it did, the Israelites would need help putting the pieces back together again.

Aug. 3 2017 12:01AM

Source criticism has failed, and a systemic bias pervades academic biblical studies. But computational linguistics promises to open up the Bible in new and reliable ways.

Aug. 2 2017 12:01AM

Deuteronomy erases the separation between leader and led; for better or for worse, they’re yoked together.

July 27 2017 12:01AM

Where is Jonah’s remorse?

Shalom Carmy
July 21 2017 12:01AM

Destroyed by Egypt, rebuilt by Solomon.

Amanda Borschel-Dan
July 20 2017 12:01AM

Revelation did not end with the advent of interpretation.

Hindy Najman
July 13 2017 12:01AM

Academic scrutiny of scripture, a discipline prey to intellectual fashion since its inception, is today pursued by many in the service of secular liberal positions.

July 10 2017 12:01AM

With his fatal weakness for the lure of fame and fortune, the prophet-for-hire Balaam seems completely our contemporary.

July 6 2017 12:36AM

The Dura-Europos synagogue as an artistic midrash.

Jo Milgrom and Yoel Duman
June 30 2017 12:01AM