Personalities of the Bible
After first Isaiah’s message of rebuke, another writing under his name came to comfort Israel with immortal poetry.
A close read of four biblical verses offers a powerful insight into one of the most challenging questions religion has to answer.
Israel, likened to a barren woman, is promised countless children.
Finally, some words of comfort for Jerusalem and its people.
The Bible portrays 'the earth and the fullness thereof' as the stuff of the divine presence. Diminishing biodiversity, then, diminishes God's glory.
The New Moon is a symbol of the feminine, and a time when all creatures will come together to praise God.
Isaiah 54:1-55:5 has several layers of metaphors alluding to the great flood.
To complement the creation of the world, a promise of redemption.
The complete text (in English) for this Yom Kippur reading.