King Herod put a golden eagle outside of the Temple of Jerusalem.
In his recent research, Zvi Koenigsberg may shed new light on long-held beliefs which are three millennia-old.
To this day, the state’s religious establishment continues to exert control over its citizens’ most intimate moments.
The person who builds an altar is trying to be different from everyone else. The entire Jewish people brings sacrifices to the Temple, but he builds an altar for sacrifices in his home.
The failure of the Bar Kochba revolt was a turning point in the Jewish understanding of redemption.
One does not need to be a vegetarian to be able to identify with the basic principle that shedding blood is not a decent moral virtue.
This week’s Torah portion, Tetzaveh, deals mostly with an interesting and surprising area: clothing design for the Temple priests.
Our minds are wired to reject or deflect negative feedback.
The discovery was made in sifting project in the City of David.
Nearly three-quarters (72%) of Jewish Israelis think Israel should maintain its sovereignty over the Temple Mount