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The Power of the Process

The Power of the Process

By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz King David has so many challenges and so many requests in the Book of Psalms that it is sometimes difficult to focus on the message he is trying to give over. This morning,...

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The Quiet Heroes of our Time

The Quiet Heroes of our Time

By Rabbi Elie Mischel Othniel, the first judge of Israel described in the book of Judges, was a courageous warrior and military leader. When Caleb, the aging leader of the tribe of Judah, sought a...

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The Sacred Duty of Caring for the Ill

The Sacred Duty of Caring for the Ill

By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz The most wonderful thing happened to me this morning. My wife got sick. I don’t mean to say that it is wonderful that my wife got sick. What I mean is that I got a chance...

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Why Study Judges?

Why Study Judges?

By Rabbi Elie Mischel What is the point of studying the Book of Judges? Yes, I know this sounds heretical. But it’s a fair question! We live in a modern world that appears, at first glance, to have...

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Unearthing Shevat: The Month of Trees

Unearthing Shevat: The Month of Trees

By Chaim Barzel “On the twenty-fourth day of the eleventh month of the second year of Darius—the month of Shevat—this word of Hashem came to the prophet Zecharya son of Berechya son of Ido.”...

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The Dilemma of Faith

The Dilemma of Faith

By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz When I sit down at my Shabbat dinner table and I am blessed to have my four children around me, something strange happens. I look at them but I don’t see them. I look at my...

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Know Who is Really Speaking to You

Know Who is Really Speaking to You

By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz When I moved to Israel I was thirty years old. I was no spring chicken, but I really wanted to serve in the IDF. The only option was a four-month program called “Shlav bet”...

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What Jews and Christians think

The Israel Bible will succeed in helping readers of Tanakh better understand its geographical context and better perceive some of its contemporary resonances.

Rabbi Dr. Shalom Carmy

Assistant Professor of Jewish Philosophy and Bible, Yeshiva University

When you open The Israel Bible and see… lessons about Israel, you see that Israel is the Torah’s main theme and begin to understand the major role that it plays.

Rabbi Yehudah Glick

Member of The Knesset,
Israel’s Parliament

Jews and Christians share a biblical heritage, and The Israel Bible shows even more clearly that this is the land God chose for the Jewish people.

Pastor Keith Johnson

Founder, Biblical Foundations Academy International

FROM THE SOURCE

Full text of the Hebrew Scriptures in English and Hebrew with select transliterated verses

ALL ABOUT ISRAEL

Unique Israel focused commentary on every chapter

LEARN Hebrew

Proper Hebrew pronunciation of key biblical names and places

SIMPLE & EASY

The Israel Bible comes with a Hebrew alphabet chart, and additional learning sheets