Ancient Israelite authors “totally eclipsed their neighbors.”
What Rembrandt’s etching of Joseph and his family shows us about Judaism, and mankind.
The first anti-Semite.
For the first time in millennia.
Nice guys don’t have to finish last.
Jerusalem Day reflections.
Shakespeare’s thoughts on this week’s Torah reading.
Remembering Israel’s fifth president.
This week’s Torah portion pinpoints the real grief in sibling violence: the grief that children cause their parents.
This week’s Torah portion offers two separate justifications for Jacob’s long sojourn with his uncle Laban; they point to a tension in his own. . .
According to the Bible, Jacob “took from that which came into his hand as a gift to his brother Esau.” A hawk, or a falcon?