Category Archives: Bible

The Historical-Critical Method

Professor Edgar Krentz wrote in 1975: * The introduction of historical criticism constituted ‘the most serious test that the church has had to face through nineteen centuries” about the nature of authority.14 The method tends to freedom from authority and … Continue reading

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A Jewish Analysis Of Western Politics

Charles Lesch is a professor of political science at Vanderbilt. He has his PhD from Harvard. He recently published: Theopolitics Contra Political Theology: Martin Buber’s Biblical Critique of Carl Schmitt. He’s also published, Democratic Solidarity in a Secular Age? Habermas … Continue reading

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Genesis

Here are some excerpts from Dennis Prager’s commentary on Genesis: The first verse of Genesis is, in some ways, the most important verse in the Bible. While many Torah verses influenced history, Genesis 1:1 changed history in monumental ways. • First, … Continue reading

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Does The Bible Need Trigger Warnings?

* Jewish leaders call for new editions of the Bible and the Koran to carry trigger warnings highlighting anti-Semitic passages: A Catalogue of Policies to Combat Antisemitism outlines numerous suggestions It was produced after a conference organised by the European … Continue reading

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Why Israel Belongs To The Jews

Steve Sailer writes: “Winners are successful at portraying themselves as deserving their property. The Bible, for example, goes to great lengths to honor Abraham. The reverence paid to him is seen as justifying his distant heirs’ possession of the Holy … Continue reading

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