This year’s top literary award goes to…
ANNOUNCEMENT WILL BE MADE FEBRUARY 28!
I’m pleased to have my contributor’s copy of Paul the Jew: Rereading the Apostle as a Figure of Second Temple Judaism, ed. Gabriele Boccaccini & Carlos A. Segovia (Fortress Press, 2016, the publisher’s online catalogue entry here). This volume presents edited versions of twelve papers given in an invitational conference held in Rome in 2014. […]
via “Paul the Jew”: New Book — Larry Hurtado’s Blog
Yiddishkeit 101 has just opened up a free mini-course on teachable to help newlyweds of faith get their finances to work for them. Check it out (and even enroll for free) by following the link (image) below.
Looking for a resource for teaching Jewish Values? Behrman House has an excellent youth-targeted book available that might just fit the bill! Here’s a link to their PDF review copy:
Abra Cadabra is Jewish. 2,000 years ago the sages of the Talmud invented the words Abra Cadabra, it sounded more like Avra Kehdabra “I will create, as I speak”