“If we had no sense of disgust, . . . we would also have no sense of the sacred.”
Beware the Teflon gossip.
Learning from the exceptions as well as the rule.
The case of the leprous house.
Leviticus on the Fourth of July.
The meaning of “nakedness.”
A desecration of what is most sacred.
The ends don’t justify the means.
A brief history of the etrog.
“After the doings of the land of Egypt, wherein ye dwelt, shall ye not do.”
Not just for the priests.
Putting an odd anecdote in context.
The law in Leviticus seems morally questionable, not to mention out of line with the Bible’s otherwise encouraging stance toward the bearing of children. What’s it really about?
The fire at the core of Leviticus.