Shlomo Zuckier wonders why the earth opened its mouth for both Korah and Kayin.
Ari Silbermann examines one of the most traumatic events in the Torah.
Ezra Sivan reexamines the relationship between Rachel and Leah.
Yitzchak Etshalom comments on the relationship between Lavan and Yaakov.
Batya Hefter uses the case of Isaac to illuminate how hasidic masters read the Bible.
Mark Glass puts the Akeidah in conversation with the surrounding narratives of the book of Genesis.
David Fried offers a novel reading of the Akeidah.
Eileen Watts examines the similarities between Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and Rav Soloveitchik's Lonely Man of Faith.
Ben Greenfield God isn’t angry with Sarah, when she laughs at the idea of birthing a child in her old age (Gen. 18:12-15). God is...
Jerome Marcus on the Akeidah: It's not about ethics vs. divine command, but about Hashem versus Elokim!
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