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?
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.
The other seder was never supposed to be about environmental activism.
And the traditional importance of Maimonides’ principles of faith.
And doesn’t allow for Jewish readings.
A reflective history of Jewish views of death and what follows it.
It’s not a clear-cut issue.
Does the Mormon church make economic mobility possible?
But don’t figure on a neo-Puritan sexual counterrevolution.
Some century-old thoughts from the great theologian of religious Zionism.