A rabbi and historian explores the history of the Temple Mount, its presence in the Jewish imagination, and why more and more Jews are now going there to pray.

Jeffrey Woolf and Tikvah Podcast at Mosaic
June 23 2022 12:06AM

A persimmon branch on an amethyst seal.

Times of Israel
Oct. 22 2021 12:01AM

Royal purple and the Edomites.

Amanda Borschel-Dan
Jan. 29 2021 12:01AM

Frankincense, myrrh, and balsam.

Sara Toth Stub
Dec. 24 2019 12:01AM

The great scientist used talmudic phrases in one manuscript.

Sharon Cohen
July 22 2019 12:01AM

Durum wheat?

Alan Rosenbaum
Feb. 11 2019 12:01AM

A new book upends the old story.

Shai Secunda
July 18 2018 12:01AM

Judaism and the “last of the magicians.”

Matt Goldish
July 12 2018 12:01AM

“To work and guard it.”

Leen Ritmeyer
March 15 2017 12:01AM

Making sense of a discomfiting law.

William Herlands
May 20 2016 12:01AM

Although the Bible contains extensive descriptions of the ritual garments worn by Temple priests, artistic renderings are virtually nonexistent. But the Septuagint, a Greek translation. . .

Joan E. Taylor
Dec. 16 2014 12:01AM

As the festival on which both temples were dedicated, Sukkot is associated in both prophetic and rabbinic literature with the messianic era—and historically with several. . .

Malka Simkovitch
Sept. 17 2013 12:00AM

Contrary to popular wisdom, Jews did not abandon the Temple Mount following the destruction of the Second Temple.

F. M. Loewenberg
July 19 2013 12:00AM

Beginning at 9:15 a.m. (eastern daylight time), Rabbi Jacob J. Schacter delivers his annual all-day webcast on the themes of Tisha b’Av. Source sheets can. . .

July 16 2013 12:00AM