When the warrior and poet chose not to kill his sworn enemy.
An old-new rabbinic debate.
Ziklag, at last?
Sacrifices are not bribes.
The inverse of the Oedipus complex.
The Benjaminite rehabilitation.
New finds have challenged skeptics.
How honey became part of Jewish culture.
A “once in a lifetime” find.
The hibernation of the groundhog holds an important place in American folklore; much less well-known is its possible appearance in rabbinic folklore. According to one. . .
By the beginning of the 21st century, Bible scholars had become divided into rival interpretive schools, each locked into its own rigid orthodoxies, writes Mark. . .
Apropos England’s royal birth: “Whatever their customs and traditions, even the most modern polities often find themselves yearning, like the Israelites of old, for a. . .