Precision and beauty have kissed.
The Hebrew Bible's instruction to love the neighbor appears only once. “Love the stranger” appears more than 35 times.
A new book challenges the scholarly consensus about one of the Hebrew Bible's central stories.
The religious world we know was formed between 250 and 50 B.C.E.
Sarah Ruden writes some of the most sumptuous words about Bible words I’ve ever read.
Robert Gregg traces five scriptural stories as they were later understood by commentators—Jewish, Christian, and Muslim.
Anton Wessels emphasizes points of convergence among the Abrahamic religions, even assimilating their scriptural perspectives into a single story. It's an audacious wager, and not without dangers.
In two pages, you go from a simple devotional habit to being sucked into the vortex of global power plays. You must be reading Brueggemann.