“If a father doesn’t teach his son a trade, it’s as if he taught him highway robbery.”
And the rabbi who exiled him to Cleveland.
In the third and final episode of our podcast series, the eminent scholar of American Jewish life brings us into the typical synagogue to show how deeply it’s changing.
Even as she insists on clinging to a bankrupt progressivism and “the Judaism of Sunday school.”
A rich and eclectic commentary combined with a Zionist outlook.
Synagogues and rabbis should focus on what they do best.
By and for Orthodox women, Mikva, which has affinities with The Vagina Monologues, opens up a once-secretive ritual while staying firmly in line with tradition.
The eminent historian of American Jewish life stops by to talk about the findings in his latest book The New American Judaism: How Jews Practice Their Religion Today.
Smiles of a Jewish summer’s night?
Seven decades of Tradition.
Borne with grace, barukh hashem.
He wrote about the greatest story of all.
High on flowers, low on tradition.