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How America's Idealism Drained Its Jews of Their Resilience
October  The Wellsprings of Jewish Resilience

How America’s Idealism Drained Its Jews of Their Resilience

In Israel and in traditional communities, life and liturgy don’t run away from hardship. Most American Jews prefer to think on the brighter side, but that comes at a high cost.

The Jewish Schools of the Future
August  Jewish Education and the COVID Crisis

The Jewish Schools of the Future

After the Great Disruption, a new renaissance can emerge, marrying Jewish classical education and novel technology, and confronting the cultural crisis with Jewish exceptionalism.

What Christians See in Jews and Israel in 2020 of the Common Era
July  Christians and Jews in 2020

What Christians See in Jews and Israel in 2020 of the Common Era

Christians are today closer to the Jewish people than they’ve been in thousands of years. What are the sources of this momentous rapprochement, and how likely is it to hold?

Examining Israel’s Eastern Borders: A Symposium
Annexation   Examining Israel’s Eastern Borders: A Symposium

Examining Israel’s Eastern Borders: A Symposium

Applying sovereignty? Annexation? Join us this week for a five-part symposium on the great question before the Israeli people.

The Truth of the Capture of Adolf Eichmann
June  The Affability of Evil

The Truth of the Capture of Adolf Eichmann

Sixty years ago, the infamous Nazi official was abducted in Argentina and brought to Israel. What really happened, what did Hollywood make up, and why?

The Message from Jerusalem
January  

The Message from Jerusalem

American society faces a deep crisis of meaning to which the city, and the idea, of Jerusalem has an answer. It is needed by Jews, and as much or more by Christians.

The Restoration of the Jewish People
November  

The Restoration of the Jewish People

Unprecedented numbers of individuals with some historical connection to the Jewish people are seeking closer contact with it, and many are aspiring to join it.