Personalities of the Bible
After first Isaiah’s message of rebuke, another writing under his name came to comfort Israel with immortal poetry.
Without her, we wouldn't have the fifth book of the Torah.
The Book of Ecclesiastes may be the section of the Hebrew Bible most relevant to the way we experience the world today.
A book that challenges the rest of the Bible by asking how a good God can permit so much suffering.
The first Jew is widely regarded as a man of faith, but he was also a man of deep love.
A warrior and prophetess, she's the only woman in the Hebrew Bible with hard political power who is portrayed positively.
Isaac's wife and Jacob's mother, the second matriarch survived a difficult pregnancy and engineered the future of the Jewish people.
Because she had a special relationship with the prophet Elisha, her child was miraculously conceived and miraculously resurrected.
A story about prophecy and repentance—but not in the way you think.
He could kill a lion or topple a temple with his bare hands, but succumbed to the love of a treacherous woman: many wild traditions circulated about the first Jewish superhero.