At the intersection of an unpaved forest road with the path to Horvat Hani lies an almost invisible rocky mound in the western Bethel foothills. Miriam Feinberg Vamosh suggests this site of a ancient convent is actually the intersection of three traditions remembering a remarkable woman of Scripture: Hannah.
“Loving Divorce”: Born on the Battlefield
Ancient Jewish sages grappled with how to untie the knot when a couple’s future was shrouded by the fog of war, a challenge we sadly still face today.
How a Book is Born: Teach it To Your Children: How Kids Lived in Bible Days
Stories? Me? Write stories? That was my gut response when the scientific adviser for my book, “Teach it to Your Children: How Kids Lived in Bible Days,” made one of his first suggestions to me, because until then, my specialty was non-fiction—informing readers how people lived in Bible times.
At last, Hebraic heritage resources for children and teenagers!
During the past few months, two books about the Jewish roots of the Christian faith have been published that are geared for our children and teenagers.