Rabbi Dr. Ari Lamm encourages Christians to read Scripture the way he learned as an Orthodox Jew: asking questions and inviting challenge.
Hearing of the “new” covenant, it’s easy to imagine it as set against an “old” covenant. But we need to look closer.
Linguist Dr. Valerie Hobbs discusses the definitions religious language, “Christianese,” and how it trickles into corporate discourse.
In her book club, Amanda Achtman saw why Jews and Christians have much to learn from the enduring legacy of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel.
The ideas underlying the Center for Hebraic Thought culminate in a new book by CHT director Dr. Dru Johnson, Biblical…
Americans Christians barely read the Old Testament. Brent Strawn suggests a way forward to overcome this growing issue.
How can we obey commands to have joy in the Bible? Consider the Festival of Booths to understand what joy means and how we can experience it.
Why do we think of some music as sacred music and some music as secular? Delvyn Case discusses how Christians view music.
Leon Kass offers a model for reading Scripture that is rare among Christians. Here’s how to listen to the Bible like Kass does.
To enjoy the Bible, Dr. Matthew Mullins wants us to read the it the way we read other great works of literature.
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