The eighth day of the Feast of Sukkot marks the joyous celebration of the turning over of the Torah (Simchat Torah), where the study of Deuteronomy has been completed and study of Genesis is begun.
Archaeologists have long disputed whether the Exodus described in the Bible was a factual, historical account of the Jews’ arrival from Egypt or whether the evidence points toward a non-Biblical version – an internal social development in the region. A recent discovery that may prove Iron Age nomads dwelt in the Jordan Valley may bring… Read more »
Tzefanya describes a future in which all the nations of the world will have “pure speech.” Many commentators explain that in the end of days the whole world will speak Hebrew. Today, the ancient language of Hebrew has been revitalized into the living language of the nation of Israel. Hebrew is also now being studied by millions of non-Jews eager to read the Bible in its purest form.