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THE BIBLICAL MIND
By Dr. Jeremiah Unterman on July 29, 2020
Repentance in the Torah involved restitution for the wronged, responsibility from and grace for the wrongdoer, and justice within the whole community.
By Malcolm Guite on July 22, 2020
The poetic imagination is that faculty which allows an image to become laden with meaning. We use this faculty to understand biblical prophecy.
By Dr. Dru Johnson on July 16, 2020
God commands both work and rest, but neither of these provides our daily bread. Rather, they teach us to trust God to provide for our needs.
By Caio Peres on July 14, 2020
The Hebraic morals of kingship emerge in the struggle between Joseph and his brothers. This confounding story inverts the typical relationship between ruler and ruled.
Part of the Family Conflicts and the Restoration of the Cosmos series
By Dr. Scott Harrower on July 10, 2020
What do the Scriptures, especially the Hebrew Bible, have to say about the nature of traumatic events, and the lives of survivors coping with trauma? What does living well and wisely—positive coping—look like in the wake of horrific suffering?
By Dr. David Beldman on July 1, 2020
Humans construct a social order that reflects or corresponds to some kind of sacred order. The Sinai covenant and the book of Judges illustrate this truth.
By Dr. Michael Rhodes on June 19, 2020
The recent murders of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd have left many Americans wondering how to respond to…
By Dr. Avital Hazony Levi on June 9, 2020
Bowing before God helps us grasp the limitations of our power and knowledge. This new understanding shapes us to serve God in his endeavors of justice and charity.
May 4, 2020
The Center for Hebraic Thought is excited to welcome Celina Durgin as our new Administrative Director. The founding administrative director,…
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