I’m really enjoying the content at alephbeta.org
It’s under the direction of Rabbi David Fohrman. I like how it involves analytical study of text and making connections to other parts of the Torah. So you get to see both the trees and the forest, and you see how it comes to teach a lesson. The exciting part for me is that his approach could be considered intellectual, but that doesn’t mean “secular”. I really like the idea of using our intellectual minds to explore religious truth.