A vigorous rebound from the economic crisis.
I lack the showmanship of America’s famous talk-radio hosts, but even Rush Limbaugh didn’t try to teach Maimonides and al-Farabi on the radio.
The post-coronavirus aliyah?
Making up international law as they go.
Meaning is sought outside of America’s houses of worship by the many young who are “spiritual but not religious.” We liberal Jews must have something to say to these seekers.
And even spiked interest in enlistment.
Bread—not by our hands alone.
And how it connects to the quest for the remains of a legendary Israeli spy.
And why Israelis started drinking wine with their families.
The digital forces now at work on Jewish communities reflect a challenge that American churches have been wrestling with for decades now.
A situation where everyone wins.