More than a third think the Jews are too powerful.
A useful lesson from George Orwell.
The lunacy of “intersectionality.”
A review of Indecent.
“The peace of the Sabbath . . . a time outside time, was palpable, infused everything.”
Something is rotten in the commentariat.
The latest obsession of the self-appointed constables of political correctness, writes James Kirchick, involves not simply identifying victims but constantly adopting new categories, upgrading some,. . .
Jiří (or Georg) Mordechai Langer forsook his bourgeois Jewish upbringing in Prague for a life of strict religious observance, studying in the hasidic centers of. . .
The Bible’s ban on homosexual acts is as absurd as its prohibition of shellfish, say gay-rights advocates, thereby mocking Judaism and requiring Christians to undermine. . .
A reply to my respondents.
Or is it more similar to Christian marriage than Sam Schulman suggests?
Religious-Zionist attitudes toward sex are fair game for scholarship, but scholarship should reflect fidelity to a complex reality. A new book fails the test.