A rabbi and Bible scholar joins us to talk about his trips to biblical Egypt, and about the role of Egypt in the Jewish imagination.
Traditional lines between the secular and religious populations are fading, particularly in the realms of music and art.
Hebrew was once written in both directions. How did it fix its direction, and what does that show about the history of writing in general?
Why is a silly new documentary about anti-Semitism that breathlessly reveals David Schwimmer has “never felt white, ever” getting such a rapturous response?