Philosophical Engagement with the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament: Some Methodological ReflectionsNovember 15, 2022
Many Christians aspire to be “like God” in certain respects—to be loving, just, merciful, wise—and indeed, this might even be…
Paul aspires toward the same type of shame that Christ experienced on the cross. This shame is inextricably connected to humility.
We may take for granted that characters in the Book of Genesis, as in many stories, each manifest certain desires,…
The gift of discipleship carries with it the task of actively and strenuously seeking to become the disciples God desires.
“And everyone who has this hope in [Jesus] purifies themselves as [Jesus] is pure” (1 John 3:3). What does it…
Besides the uniqueness of Hebrew law, we must remain aware of our own legal assumptions and the narratized form of biblical law.
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.
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