We begin the cycle of the Torah again, with the Book of Genesis. And just four chapters in, we come across our first murder. Cain kills his brother Abel, but isn't killed by God in return. So what does happen to him? The commentators, as always, have answers.
Elie Wiesel was the great modern articulator of the concept of God's hiddenness from the world, or 'Hester Panim.' But there is a tradition of questioning this hiddenness that stretches all the way back to this week's parsha, and takes surprising twists and turns throughout the centuries of commentary.