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The unfocused reservist read the Tanach in 100 days

Barak Fuchs, a resident of Tzur Hadassah, has a regular job as a programmer for Israel Aerospace Industries. But he also learns Tanach.

The unfocused reservist read the Tanach in 100 days

Devarim: From Moshe to Joshua to Ruth to Rashi and beyond

We invariably begin to read the final Book of the Torah, Deuteronomy, on the Shabbat which immediately precedes the fast of the ninth of Av.

Devarim:  From Moshe to Joshua to Ruth to Rashi and beyond

'Most valuable historical document ever to be auctioned'

Value of earliest known virtually complete Tanach goes far beyond estimated auction price of $30-50 million.

'Most valuable historical document ever to be auctioned'

Weekly Torah study: A secular, political thriller in the Tanach?

A thought provoking sequel to the Purim holiday.

Weekly Torah study: A secular, political thriller in the Tanach?

Tanach around the world

During Tanach study at Herzog College this year, classes held in English, French, and Spanish to enable other audiences to study in depth.

Tanach around the world

Go up like a wall

Go up like a wall

Israel Antiquities Authority Updates Dead Sea Scroll Library

The Leon Levy Dead Sea Scroll Digital Library receives an upgrade, including new content and high-quality photos.

Israel Antiquities Authority Updates Dead Sea Scroll Library