Michael Satlow sheds some light on the selection and canonization processes over the centuries that brought the Bible to the special status it holds today.
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Prof. Stuart Cohen, a political scientist specializing in diplomatic and military history, explains how WWI changed the attitude of Jews towards warfare.
We discuss the main themes that feature in memoirs written by Holocaust survivors – chief among them, a narrative of betrayal.
Host Gilad Halpern tries to find out why, 250 years into the age of secularism, religion still plays a crucial role in the lives of people everywhere.
Host Gilad Halpern discusses exchanges between Israeli and German scientists before the normalizing of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
Prof. Sharon Megdal of the University of Arizona, US, discusses how limited water resources should be managed in arid areas like Israel and Arizona.