THE BIBLICAL MIND
In her book club, Amanda Achtman saw why Jews and Christians have much to learn from the enduring legacy of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel.
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.
Leon Kass offers a model for reading Scripture that is rare among Christians. Here’s how to listen to the Bible like Kass does.
By Dr. Beth Stovell on April 13, 2021
It was in the middle of the week when I learned that Renee died. I remember how I felt as…
By Dr. Michael LeFebvre on March 31, 2021
This essay addresses the false dichotomy in the church of “Old Testament vs. New Testament.”
Part of the False Dichotomies in the Church series
By Dr. Michael Rhodes on March 23, 2021
Texto escrito por Dr. Michael Rhodes, publicado no The Biblical Mind em 4 de novembro de 2020, e traduzido por…
By Amy Gabriel on March 17, 2021
Nechama Leibowitz would remind us that anyone can study the Bible rigorously, with intellectual curiosity and a caring heart.
Part of the 6 Jewish Thinkers All Christians Should Know series
By Rabbi Shalom Carmy on March 10, 2021
Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik, an immigrant and a polymath, helped revitalize Orthodox Judaism and Torah study in North America.
By Dr. Michael Rhodes on February 24, 2021
The book of Amos has relevant critiques for the Christian nationalism on display in so much of the American church.
By Dr. Daniel Rose on February 18, 2021
The late Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks left a profound moral and intellectual legacy both in and beyond the Jewish community.
By Celina Durgin on February 18, 2021
Lack of Bible literacy and fluency is widespread—even among church-going Christians. Here’s what these terms mean and why they matter.
By Dr. David Beldman on February 10, 2021
The portrayal of Lady Wisdom in Job and Ecclesiastes shows that in times of suffering, wisdom can be elusive.
By Rabbi Rafi Eis on February 2, 2021
Yoram Hazony interprets the Bible as a divinely revealed book of reason, making it deeply relevant to understanding the human condition.
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