Sacrifices are not bribes.
Or simply a partisan observer?
Did the scribes of the Dead Sea scrolls insert their own ideas into the texts?
In a recent book, David Wolpe argues that David’s was the first fully explored and fleshed-out personality in human literature. Rather than follow the scholarly. . .
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. . .
The account in Samuel of David’s ascent to the throne parallels the story in Genesis of Judah’s rise to preeminence; both highlight the theme of. . .