Can Scripture’s literary qualities be preserved in English?
Forget Iran. The red palm weevil could be the enemy that brings Israelis and Arabs together.
Hezekiah’s monumental inscription?
What’s behind the mysterious “sons of God” and “daughters of men” in Genesis?
Ancient military conquests provide the perfect source material.
From King James to Koren.
“A feeble folk, yet they make their houses in the rocks.”
Beyond the parable.
One thing is clear: talking to the dead is pagan.
The word, like a small number of other Egyptian loanwords in the Bible, testifies to a period in which the early Israelite nation, or a part of it, was in intimate contact with Egyptian life.
A biblical symbol of opulence.
The Tanakh of the Land of Israel.
The search for Ziklag.