Hearing of the “new” covenant, it’s easy to imagine it as set against an “old” covenant. But we need to look closer.
This essay addresses the false dichotomy in the church of “Old Testament vs. New Testament.”
Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik, an immigrant and a polymath, helped revitalize Orthodox Judaism and Torah study in North America.
Dr. Beldman’s student Ingrid Bouma produced a series of eleven original paintings that together tell the biblical story.
An apocalyptic thread is woven throughout all of salvation history, even through the Christmas story.
Motifs surrounding Levites and cultic servants influence readers’ understanding of their significance and relationship.
How will the people remain faithful to the covenant without Moses? For Deuteronomy, the answer is memory.
Realeza é um tema importante em toda a Bíblia Hebraica. Na narrativa da criação de Gênesis 1, YHWH qualifica a…
The Hebraic morals of kingship emerge in the struggle between Joseph and his brothers. This confounding story inverts the typical relationship between ruler and ruled.
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