Dr. Dru Johnson explains how humans can’t get away from the mandate in scripture to be responsible participants in the caretaking of our planet.
“The union of Heaven and Earth is what the story of the Bible is all about.”
This brief introduction describes why most of us take Hebraic thought for granted and why we have created the CHT.
Why should philosophers, especially philosophers of religion care about narratives? Why is narrative philosophically relevant. Jewish philosopher Moshe Halbertal answers.
Any attempt to understand Hebraic Thought begins with biblical literacy. The Bible project is an excellent example of an organization…
Any attempt to understand Hebraic Thought begins with biblical literacy. The Bible Project is an excellent example of an organization…
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