Even when espoused by Jewish groups.
Rabbis are sending the message that religion is simply a lens for politics.
“They don’t need a rabbi for something that’s not Jewish.”
The authors mention Hamas not once, and instead focus on their own delicate feelings.
Putting God back into the equation.
Decentralization may bring back an old model.
A brief memoir of religious conversion.
John J. Brown took the job seriously.
Consecrated by history, but not sanctified by God.
The Fox and the Lamm.
Enrollment in non-Orthodox schools has increased.
North American synagogues experience these two purposes not as mutually reinforcing but as incongruous—which is why they’re in trouble.