What have they taught us?
The God that is or the God that becomes?
Rabbi Akiva’s laugh, the fox, and Emperor Hadrian.
Noah, Haran, and the Torah’s message for those who neither believe nor disbelieve.
The influence of the Ts’enah Urenah.
A philosopher’s approach.
How arguing with God became acceptable.
From winged demon to Adam’s ex-wife.
And where did modern Hebrew get its word for one?
Why did medieval rabbis leave so many hairs un-split?
In Key Largo he gives a variation on a legend from the Talmud.
And was it protection or punishment?
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. . .