3 03, 2016

More on the Post-Moses Era Possibly Not Knowing about Moses’ Torah

By |2016-03-03T03:47:57-07:00March 3rd, 2016|Thoughts|

                               More on the Post-Moses Era Possibly Not Knowing about Moses' Torah    As I previously stated,[1] scholars insist that there is no indication in the biblical books that the Israelites knew about Moses’s Torah or observed the laws contained in it until the time of King Josiah (641–609 BCE). An example is the Mishkan [...]

17 02, 2016

Was Samuel fit for his job?

By |2016-02-17T13:47:51-07:00February 17th, 2016|Thoughts|

                                                                                                                            Was Samuel fit for his job?   People tend to accept what they consider the traditional interpretation of the Bible and they ignore the plain sense of the biblical words. They read the Bible in an unmindful manner, not seeking the meaning, even as they piously read prayers. They ignore the fact that [...]

7 11, 2011

A revolution in Bible study

By |2011-11-07T05:42:48-07:00November 7th, 2011|Book Reviews|

Bringing the Prophets to Life By Neil N. Winkler Gefen Publishing House, 2011, 193 pages   Many Jews consider the Bible to be the sacred text revealed by God to the Israelites trough Moses. Multiple commentaries were composed on the Torah. Some emphasized the Torah’s literal meaning, such as the commentaries of Rashbam, David Kinchi, [...]