“The improvements made by the dead form a charge against the living.”
Prayers on the death of a father.
“I am not here to receive a message but to give one to someone who needs it far more.”
Jews are less apt to place issues of salvation and damnation at the center of their religious consciousness.
When news of the Jewish justice’s death spread last week, so did a lot of weird claims about how Jews should mourn and what they believe. It’s time to clear things up.
Finding the rationale for the nonrational.
And what you need to know in case you ever encounter him.
The noted author swings by to talk about the perils and the promises of human mortality.
While the soul may have primary importance, the body is still seen as a holy vessel.
Confronting the realities of death, learning how best to live.
A reflective history of Jewish views of death and what follows it.
And how the solutions help explain the fundamental human condition.