A new book finds that religious children do better in school than their nonreligious counterparts. The author joins us to explain why.
The Maus that roared.
From the Odyssey to Israeli television.
When it comes to religious parenting, be hands on.
Does the rejection of religion really stimulate the search for “truth, beauty, and justice”?
A BDS resolution doesn’t help children.
Awakening a vivid sense of the past in preparation for the looming challenges and responsibilities of the future.
Why Andrew Yang is right about ḥasidic education.
Malka Haas’s free-range kids.
Jews, its proponents claim, have gained unmerited success and power by attaining “whiteness.”
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.
A report from the frontlines.
Gathering Israelis and Arabs to read Maimonides, al-Farabi, and Aquinas.
The most polished writing and
sharpest analysis in the Jewish world.