There are at least three places in the Ten Commandments where punctuation needs to be clarified with important implications for interpretation.
To understand empathy’s limits, let’s turn to ancient Hebraic insights about empathy, which receive support from modern neuroscience.
Texto escrito por Dr. Michael Rhodes, publicado no The Biblical Mind em 4 de novembro de 2020, e traduzido por…
Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik, an immigrant and a polymath, helped revitalize Orthodox Judaism and Torah study in North America.
The late Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks left a profound moral and intellectual legacy both in and beyond the Jewish community.
In Genesis 37–50, the image of kingly humility and servanthood is not the lion of Judah, but a foreign widow.
Deuteronomic law values the well-being of its female citizens, empowers them with a legal voice, and relies on rational proof.
Evangelicals clinging to political power—even if from good motivations—should consider the stories of Joseph and Daniel.
Though most of the “virtues” in the Bible would have found little welcome in Aristotle’s world of Athens, some of the Bible—its Hebraic tradition especially—contains moral concepts that, in form, can be considered Aristotelian.
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