Sacrifices are not bribes.
Or simply a partisan observer?
Did the scribes of the Dead Sea scrolls insert their own ideas into the texts?
God wanted all of Amalek dead. Saul thought he knew better. What happened next?
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. . .