New: December 9
The Art of Halakhah
Why Jewish law is more a set of guidelines than of rules.
By Gil Student
A Mosaic Exclusive Report
Why I am filing for asylum in my own country, Sweden.
By Annika Hernroth-Rothstein
The October Essay
Evangelicals and Israel
What do evangelicals really think about the Jewish people, what are the roots of their Christian Zionism—and what is now driving a growing number away from wholehearted support of Israel.
by Robert W. Nicholson
The September Essay
Intermarriage: Can Anything Be Done?
A half-century after the rate of intermarriage in the US began to skyrocket, the Jewish community appears to have resigned itself to the inevitable. But to declare defeat is preposterous.
by Jack Wertheimer