Amos Rolnik remembers living on a kibbutz with his family decades ago at a time when Bibles were extremely rare. He admits barely knowing any of the stories written in them. In those days, the Holy Scriptures were perceived by many Israeli socialists as the history of a tormented nation, and thus few desired to teach it on the kibbutzim.

It was only in the 1990s that Rolnik began to take the Bible seriously as a remarkable account of his nation’s past, with universal lessons for all of humanity.

Read More...

Think others should know about this? Please share