Alex Ozar drills down on the point of the Akeidah, responding to Herzl Hefter and Tzvi Sinensky.
Ben Greenfield calls attention to a crucial, but unnoticed feature of the early narratives in Exodus.
Ayelet Wenger weaves together the personal, historical and exegetical in advance of reading Sefer Shemot.
Tzvi Sinensky responds to Herzl Hefter's Akeida essay.
How should one respond to ominous cultural trends that have not yet had a direct impact? Alex Maged's thoughts on the rape of Dinah.
The father heard the voice of God, Elli Fischer explains, but the son ends up with the blade on his neck.
Aryeh Klapper recreating a patriarchal voice.
Herzl Hefter provides critical perspective on a stream of Akeidah interpretation from Kierkegaard to the Rav
Sam Glauber examines Abraham's place in his society.
Miriam Gedwiser explores the raven's role in parashat Noah