Midrash

God prays that His own mercy will triumph.

Akiva Mattenson
Sept. 4 2018 12:01AM

What have they taught us?

Lawrence Schiffman
Nov. 2 2017 12:01AM

The God that is or the God that becomes?

Jan. 27 2017 12:01AM

Rabbi Akiva’s laugh, the fox, and Emperor Hadrian.

Meir Ben-Shahar
Dec. 7 2016 12:01AM

Noah, Haran, and the Torah’s message for those who neither believe nor disbelieve.

Shlomo Riskin
Nov. 4 2016 12:01AM

The influence of the Ts’enah Urenah.

Adam Kirsch
Oct. 14 2016 12:01AM

A philosopher’s approach.

Kenneth Seeskin
Oct. 13 2016 12:01AM

How arguing with God became acceptable.

Alan Brill
Sept. 13 2016 12:01AM

From winged demon to Adam’s ex-wife.

Megan Sauter
May 12 2016 12:01AM

And where did modern Hebrew get its word for one?

Elon Gilad
Feb. 16 2016 12:01AM

Why did medieval rabbis leave so many hairs un-split?

Martin Lockshin
Nov. 6 2015 12:01AM

In Key Largo he gives a variation on a legend from the Talmud.

Abraham Socher
June 22 2015 12:01AM

And was it protection or punishment?

Eva Mroczek
June 11 2015 12:01AM

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. . .

Natan Slifkin
Feb. 2 2015 12:01AM