Torah Misinai

One the most discussed and complicated theological topics in contemporary Orthodoxy is the question of Torah MiSinai. Below is a list of sources that I have found online that cover this topic in depth, more to be added soon.  If there is anything I have left out, please provide a link in the comments section.

The Torah.Com
Avraham Avinu is My Father
The Dogma of Torah Mi-Sinai My Personal Struggle with Unreasonable Belief
Torah Min HaShamayim: Conflicts Between Religious Belief and Scientific Thinking
The Significance of Ibn Ezra’s Position that Verses were Added to the Torah
Seven Torah Passages of Non-Mosaic Origin According to Ibn Ezra and R. Joseph Bonfils
Authorship of the Torah: The Position of the Ibn Ezra and Rav Yehuda Hachasid
Must We Have Heretics?
Orthodoxy and the Challenge of Biblical Criticism:
Torah MiSinai and Biblical Criticism: Rising to the Full Challenge: Rabbi Dr. Jeremy Rosen

Morethodoxy
The Torah, TheTorah.com, and the Recent Tumult in Context – by Rabbi Zev Farber
Torah Min Hashamayim: Some Brief Reflections on Classical and Contemporary Models – Guest Post – Rabbi Nati Helfgot
Guest Post by Rav Yitzchak Blau: The Documentary Hypothesis and Orthodox Judaism
Living by the Word of God: By Rabbi Dr Ben Elton

Think Judaism Series: Modern Biblical Scholarship – A Danger to Traditional Belief
Modern Biblical Scholarship – A Danger to Traditional Belief Part 1/
Modern Biblical Scholarship – A Danger to Traditional Belief Part 2
Modern Biblical Scholarship – A Danger to Traditional Belief Part 3
Modern Biblical Scholarship – A Danger to Traditional Belief Part 4
Modern Biblical Scholarship – A Danger to Traditional Belief Part 5

Torah Musings/Rabbi Gil Student
Open Orthodoxy?
Q&A with R. Prof. Joshua Berman
Torah From Heaven
Moshe Is True And His Torah Is True
On the Authorship of the Torah
On the Text of the Torah
On Bible Criticism and Its Counterarguments

YUTOPIA
Current Jewish Questions, Biblical Criticism and Orthodox Judaism

James Kugel:
Conversation with James Kugel About Revelation Part 1
Conversation with James Kugel About Revelation Part 2
Conversation with James Kugel About Revelation Part 3
Beacon Magazine Interview with James Kugel
Moment Mag – Professor of Disbelief

Interviews
Ten Questions with the Orthodox Blogger DovBear on Academic Biblical Scholarship
Interview with David M. Carr- Current state of Bible Scholarship
Interview with Benjamin Sommer on Revelation and Authority: Sinai in Jewish –Scripture and Tradition
Interview with Prof. Jacob Wright of Emory University

Tablet Magazine
Reconciling Modern Biblical Scholarship with Traditional Orthodox Belief

Cross Currents
From Openness to Heresy
Torah Min-Hashamayim: A Reply to Rabbi Nati Helfgot

Seforim Blog
Torah mi-Sinai and More by Marc B. Shapiro

Shulem Deen:
-This is how I lost my faith

Mosaic Magazine:
Can Modern Bible Scholarship Be Reconciled with Faith?
Torah from Heaven
Ezra’s Torah
Orthodoxy’s Golden Calf
Ark of the Covenant
Kingdom of Priests
Constructive Criticism
The Law of Moses?
A Reply to My Respondents, and My Friends
The People Saw the Thunder
The Decalogue and the Identity of God
Grammar from Heaven
Rethinking Revelation
What Does the God of Israel Demand?
The Ten Commandments

Hakira Blog:
Hershey Zelcer: Review Essay by Modern Scholarship in the Study of Torah: Contributions and Limitations

Books:
James Kugel: How to Read the Bible then and Now
James Kugel: The Kingly Sanctuary
Norman Solomon: Torah from Heaven the Reconstruction of Faith
Louis Jacobs: Beyond a Reasonable Doubt
Tamar Ross: Expanding the Palace of Torah: Orthodoxy and Feminism
Mark Zvi Brettler: The Bible and the Believer: How to read the Bible Critically and Religiously
Benjamin D. Sommer: Revelation and Authority: Sinai in Jewish Scripture and Tradition
Shulem Deen: All who go do not return
Orthodox Forum: Modern Scholarship in the Study of Torah
– The Documentary Hypothesis: Umberto Cassutto
Solomon Schimmel: The Tenacity of Unreasonable Beliefs: Fundamentalism and the Fear of Truth

Lectures:
Biblical Criticism: First Thoughts by Rabbi Mordechai Torczyner
-Usefulness and Limitations of Biblical Criticism by Rabbi Yonah Gross

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