The Christ child was not born in a stable alone with the animals but in a small house crowded with people—the kinds of people he came to save.
Robb Coleman dissects a tricky passage in Leviticus concerning the treatment of foreign slaves in ancient Israelite slave law.
The Hebrew Republic? Divine Authority and Self-GovernanceFebruary 25, 2021
Despite a common assumption, Israelite women were not dominated by men throughout ancient Israelite society.
The Song of Deborah in the book of Judges demonstrates that Hebrew poetry is an appeal to reason just as much as it is an appeal to emotion.
Second-Order Thinking in the Hebrew BibleNovember 11, 2019
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