The Bible as literature transcends religious creeds while still being the unique, authoritative Word of God.
Centuries before Plato wrote that the best rulers are reluctant ones, Jotham in the book of Judges told a fable arguing the same.
Leon Kass offers a model for reading Scripture that is rare among Christians. Here’s how to listen to the Bible like Kass does.
It was in the middle of the week when I learned that Renee died. I remember how I felt as…
Nechama Leibowitz would remind us that anyone can study the Bible rigorously, with intellectual curiosity and a caring heart.
Lack of Bible literacy and fluency is widespread—even among church-going Christians. Here’s what these terms mean and why they matter.
Yoram Hazony interprets the Bible as a divinely revealed book of reason, making it deeply relevant to understanding the human condition.
An apocalyptic thread is woven throughout all of salvation history, even through the Christmas story.
Each of the Exodus women maximized her culturally defined role to flip the tables on injustice.
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