Woe to the Scribes and Pharisees!

John Wilson
May 21 2020 12:01AM

Even one that insists on seeing righteousness in ecological, rather than religious, terms.

Nov. 26 2019 12:01AM

Claiming objection to “Islamophobia,” when the real objection is to Zionism.

Mark Horowitz
May 7 2019 12:01AM

Paris in the Present Tense.

Mark Helprin
Nov. 2 2017 12:01AM

In the mid-1970s, an Israeli military governor in Ramallah watches the trial of four young Arab men who have accused their interrogators of torture.

Nov. 2 2017 12:01AM

A story.

Joseph Epstein
May 22 2017 12:01AM

Daniel Silva’s The Black Widow.

Aug. 5 2016 12:01AM

The not-“Jesus novel.”

Wesley Hill
July 18 2016 12:01AM

A Holocaust survivor returns to his Slovakian hometown after the war only to discover, one day in the market, a woman wearing his mother’s dress.

May 5 2016 12:01AM

Geraldine Brooks tackles King David.

Feb. 8 2016 12:01AM

“Like Ben Hur, but bigger and better.”

Nov. 24 2015 12:01AM

As the war ends and she comes down from the mountains of Slovakia, a Jewish girl discovers that she can still be “moved by something other than the mere struggle for existence.”

Oct. 29 2015 12:01AM

Reissuing a forgotten work of a founding father of Zionism.

Jenni Frazer
Aug. 31 2015 12:01AM

Laura Z. Hobson’s The Gentleman’s Agreement, a best-selling 1947 novel, brought American “genteel” anti-Semitism into the limelight, especially after it was turned into a movie.. . .

Rachel Gordan
Nov. 14 2014 12:01AM