First Ever National Finals Outside of Israel Scheduled for November 30 Yeshiva University’s Center for the Jewish Future and the Orthodox Union will be co-sponsoring the U.S. National Bible Contest for Adults, an event that will determine which outstanding Bible scholars will represent the United States at the International Chidon HaTanach [Bible Contest] for Adults […]
Yeshiva University and Jewish Publication Society Present Dec. 3 Event Celebrating Publication of Monumental Anthology
Revel Lecture Offers Personal Recollections, Academic Analysis of Noted Bible Scholar
Bequest by Herbert S. Denenberg Trust Establishes Two Yeshiva College Chairs
Yeshiva Faculty Lead Alumni on Private Tour of Dead Sea Scrolls Exhibit
Lawrence Schiffman Offers Behind-the-Scenes Look at Ancient Scrolls
After Leading an International Research Team on Jewish, Christian and Muslim Scriptural Interpretation, Dr. Mordechai Cohen Returns to Revel
Imagine being able to study Torah using a rare, illuminated Bible written in 1489. Thanks to technology, today anyone can enjoy this privilege by visiting Yeshiva University’s Library Web site. Individuals can see every page of the nearly 2,000 images of the Bible, even enhance the images, and literally use the Bible as a textbook. To see photos of the Bible visit www.yu.edu/libraries and click on Prague Bible Online under What’s New?