The Hebrew text of Exodus says that we saw the voice of God at Sinai. Rabbis interpret this visual manifestation as God’s words dividing into 70 langu...

The Passover elements symbolize God’s character and have formed Jewish identity for generations by retelling the story of our liberation from Egypt.

The Bible challenged ancient culture and included a place for women to participate in every aspect of life except the Temple priesthood.

Though, it’s often held to be heretical in modern Judaism, the idea of a God being three-in-one actually has its roots in foundational Judaism.

When God refers to the Jewish people as chosen, it means He selected them for a specific purpose and task. So what is it we were set apart to do?

The New Testament is full of quotes, references, and allusions from the Hebrew Scriptures. Many of those are found in the words of Jesus himself.

In the synagogue on Rosh Hashanah, it is traditional to recite the Akedah, the story in Genesis 22 of Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his only son,...

How do we reconcile the promise that God has a covenant with Israel with our experiences in daily life, which are often filled with difficulties.

Whatever else may be in question, we all agree that in the Jewish religion there is only one God. Yet there is disagreement as to the origin of Jewish...

After the fall of the temple, sacrifices were no longer possible. So the Rabbis made a change to our practice. But can prayer replace sacrifice?

“Between God and man stands no one—not God-man, not angel, not advocate. Nor is intercession or intervention required. As nothing comes between soul a...

The near sacrifice of Isaac is an unusual biblical story that has drawn much attention over the centuries from both rabbinic and messianic readers.

Although they lived centuries apart, comparing the lives of Joseph and Jesus reveals some striking parallels.

“A bris in the heart!” Sounds strange. Yet God Himself speaks of circumcision of the heart in the Jewish Scriptures.

The idea of the Book of Life is a very ancient idea. What does it mean? And why does the New Testament talk about it?