A lost work by Abraham Isaac Kook.
And the 17th-century Spanish book that influenced it.
And the theological crisis of the withdrawal from Gaza.
Samuel K. Mirsky: a grandson’s appreciation.
Some century-old thoughts from the great theologian of religious Zionism.
Navigating between the universal and the particular.
Abraham Isaac Kook and S. Y. Agnon
The importance of human feeling.
Thoughts from A.I. Kook
A 1913 trip with Yosef Chaim Sonnenfeld.
Reflections on the founder of Israel’s chief rabbinate.
Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook, who served as the first Ashkenazi chief rabbi of Palestine, is generally regarded as the intellectual progenitor of religious Zionism. Born. . .
For a visionary rabbi in London, the Balfour Declaration of 1917 signified nothing less than the advent of the messianic era.