The greatest irony of the Bible is that it stands for the opposite of irony — yet it is filled with it. Jay Michaelson examines a new study of Jews’ peculiar relationship with the holy book.
You’ve never seen the Bible like this before. That is, if you can actually see this version.
Tennessee state legislators on Wednesday advanced a bill to make the Bible the official state book, a measure the state attorney general said would be unconstitutional and Republican Governor Bill Haslam has called disrespectful.
Many of us were taught to despise the Christian Scriptures. But one Jewish scholar turned the Gospels into a fascinating read that can teach us a lot about Judaism.
Once you get over how scary-looking Mayim Bialik’s hairless cat is, you can laugh at its ironic biblical name. Good one, Mayim. Good one.
2014 saw a couple of big-screen Bible adaptations that were hard to rival in their ambitions — or their controversies.
Rachel Rosenthal asks why we have no problem teaching our children about the violence in the Bible — but skip over anything having to do with sex.
Anne Cohen and Sigal Samuel braved the four-hour Lifetime adaptation of ‘The Red Tent.’ They ate, they mocked, they had many thoughts — 159 to be exact.
What do you get when you combine Brody’s wife from ‘Homeland,’ that guy from ‘Game of Thrones,’ and Minnie Driver? Lifetime’s ‘Red Tent’ adaptation.
President Obama did not mention Jews once in immigration speech, but he ended with a flourish that would be immediately recognizable to anyone who has sat through a Passover seder.