The legendary author joins us to talk about her new short story, about a search for the reason why a 13th-century Jewish man became a Catholic priest.
The eminent scholar talks about Ruth, and Reading Ruth, the 2021 book he co-authored with his granddaughter.
How many rabbis first translated the Hebrew Bible, and how many different translations did they produce?
Open ties between the two nations are in everyone’s interest, but it will take serious intent and deft maneuvering from America to get there. Is the administration up to it?
The author of Self-Made stops by to talk about how the modern self came to be, and how it differs from older, traditional modes of living.
The author of a Supreme Court amicus brief talks about a recently argued case that could have enormous consequences for religious Americans.
One of the show’s main pleasures has to do with which of the four languages spoken by its main characters—Yiddish, Flemish, French, and English—they use with whom.
The influential former Israeli national security advisor elaborates on the recent comments that raised eyebrows on both sides of the Atlantic.
Orthodox Jews on Instagram have become obsessed with baking key-shaped challah. Is the idea derived from a decidedly non-Orthodox source?
Is America becoming less religious or merely less Christian?
The author of And None Shall Make Them Afraid stops by to talk about his new book and how history has a role to play in forming devotion to the Jewish people.
The editor and political analyst stops by to discuss American constitutional structures and how relevant they are to Israel.
And does their presence illuminate the book of Exodus—or is it simply a sign that ancient Egypt was a powerful nation?
The authors of a new book explore the principles animating Israel’s founding moment.