THE BIBLICAL MIND
By Amanda Achtman on May 5, 2021
In her book club, Amanda Achtman saw why Jews and Christians have much to learn from the enduring legacy of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel.
Part of the 6 Jewish Thinkers All Christians Should Know series
April 30, 2021
The ideas underlying the Center for Hebraic Thought culminate in a new book by CHT director Dr. Dru Johnson, Biblical…
By Dr. Rachel Siow Robertson & Dr. Matthew Kuan Johnson on April 28, 2021
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.
By Dr. David Beldman on April 21, 2021
Leon Kass offers a model for reading Scripture that is rare among Christians. Here’s how to listen to the Bible like Kass does.
By Dr. Beth Stovell on April 13, 2021
It was in the middle of the week when I learned that Renee died. I remember how I felt as…
By Dr. Michael LeFebvre on March 31, 2021
This essay addresses the false dichotomy in the church of “Old Testament vs. New Testament.”
Part of the False Dichotomies in the Church series
March 30, 2021
By Dr. Michael Rhodes on March 23, 2021
Texto escrito por Dr. Michael Rhodes, publicado no The Biblical Mind em 4 de novembro de 2020, e traduzido por…
By Amy Gabriel on March 17, 2021
Nechama Leibowitz would remind us that anyone can study the Bible rigorously, with intellectual curiosity and a caring heart.
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