Jacques Maritain and the Jews.
Faith in the flesh.
He believed he was following a divine mission.
The great composer was a devout Christian, but what did he think of the Jews?
For whatever reason, God made people in tribes and nations.
Journalists fail their readers by failing to understand religion.
From Church fathers to Palestinian propagandists.
Enter psychological man.
And, with the president’s help, the UN may be poised to cause even greater harm to Israel.
Can checkpoints really be worse than terrorism?
From Hermann Cohen to Joseph B. Soloveitchik.
And in a good way, too.
Plus cultural amnesia in Europe, and the Beatles.