How learning Talmud every day, rain or shine, indelibly altered my view of reality.
A thousand years after Sinai, the Jews reaffirmed their commitment to Torah. Why two acceptances?
In many respects, the Oral Torah is more important than the Written Torah.
Jews have long been known as the "People of the Book." Here's why.
Jews are the People of the Book -- in love with Torah study and perhaps the most educated people in history.
The content of the Talmud, the accompanying oral part of the Torah, was actually transmitted before the written Bible.