The Ancient Bisection of Judaism

In 930 BCE was the United Monarchy of Israel divided into two separate kingdoms; the Northern Kingdom of Israel and the Southern Kingdom of Judah. This was the beginning of the division of Judaism – or Canaanite Atenism as it might be more appropriately described – into two realms of religious authority, the Northern JurisdictionContinue reading “The Ancient Bisection of Judaism”

Uniting the Peoples of Israel

The Jewish people is ethnically, culturally, linguistically, racially, genetically and religiously diverse yet it is one people living in many countries around the world, albeit once more centred in the land of Israel. The existence of the small Samaritan people has always been known to rabbinic Jews but the rediscovery of Median Jewry and MedianContinue reading “Uniting the Peoples of Israel”