Study the Torah with Academic Scholarship

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Judaism, Academic Scholarship

The Bible Is a Book of Questions, Not Answers

Prof.

​Francis Landy

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Having Our Bible and Criticizing It Too

Prof.

James Kugel

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The Bible, an “Axe for the Frozen Sea Inside Me”

Prof.

Rachel Adelman

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Conflict? What Conflict? Religious Tradition and Biblical Criticism

Prof.

Benjamin D. Sommer

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Tanakh and My Search for Jewish Identity

Prof.

Carl S. Ehrlich

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Kiyyum Mitzvot and Biblical Criticism: Holding On to the One Without Letting Go of the Other (Eccl. 7:18)

Prof.

Baruch J. Schwartz

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From “Kosher Cop” to Academic Bible Scholar

Prof.

Marc Zvi Brettler

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A Conduit to the Divine That Enriches Our Lives

Dr. Rabbi

Jeremy Rosen

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Biblical Authority: A Jewish Pluralistic View

Prof.

Marc Zvi Brettler

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How Can a Torah Commentary Be Source-Critical and Jewish?

Prof.

Baruch J. Schwartz

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The Benefits of Studying Torah with Modern Biblical Scholarship

Project TABS Editors

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Is Modern Critical Study a Jewish Way of Studying Torah?

The works of medieval exegetes such as Maimonides, Rashbam and Ibn Ezra demonstrate that Judaism has a long-standing tradition of studying the Torah critically.

Prof. Rabbi

Marty Lockshin

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The Multifaceted Revelation at Sinai

Prof.

Marc Zvi Brettler

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Sacred Mountains: Connecting the Revelation at Horeb and the Aqedah

Traditional and Critical Approaches

Prof.

Richard Elliott Friedman

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