The dangers of “an unreasonably crabbed view of what it means to be a religious believer.”
A New York court tramples on YU’s First Amendment autonomy as a religious institution.
Misplaced concern over two Supreme Court rulings.
Is Jewish education more like prayer or more like garden-variety private-school education?
A reminder of 19th-century Anglo-Jewish attitudes to new immigrants from Eastern Europe.
The end of the Lemon test.
Jews’ First Amendment rights are not at stake.
States may no longer prevent students in religious schools from receiving government tuition vouchers.
The Court may overturn longstanding “precedents that promote government hostility toward religion.”
Religious toleration and its limits.
Public employees shouldn’t be automatons.
Concurring opinions by three justices reflect the many questions that remain.
Our society should support these minority communities in their pursuit of their way of life.
Two rulings speak well of the new Supreme Court justice’s attitudes.