Centuries before Plato wrote that the best rulers are reluctant ones, Jotham in the book of Judges told a fable arguing the same.
In her book club, Amanda Achtman saw why Jews and Christians have much to learn from the enduring legacy of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel.
The ideas underlying the Center for Hebraic Thought culminate in a new book by CHT director Dr. Dru Johnson, Biblical…
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.
The late Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks left a profound moral and intellectual legacy both in and beyond the Jewish community.
Yoram Hazony interprets the Bible as a divinely revealed book of reason, making it deeply relevant to understanding the human condition.
Achilles’ heel and Jacob’s heel are both points of weakness, but while Achilles’ weakness gets him killed, Jacob’s weakness saves him.
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.
Jesus talked like a philosopher and acted like a philosopher—but he also claimed to be more than a philosopher.
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