It could have belonged to the mysterious Geshurites.
A false dichotomy between the particularist king and the universalist prophet nevertheless discloses a truth about its author.
The late actor’s rabbi reminisces.
More ancient, and more impressive, than previously thought.
Ziklag, at last?
“King David might have walked on these very cobblestones.”
A bat mitzvah after a massacre.
The earliest in the land of Israel.
Christians should move from supporting Israel to being its partner.
David deserves our respect not despite his sins, but because he sinned and repented.
The inverse of the Oedipus complex.
What a new study misses about the book of Samuel.
David remains a revolutionary hero, a guerrilla leader and desert tribal bandit—too much of a renegade at heart to be entrusted with His house.