The case for anchoring the tent, not enlarging it until it collapses.
Big data shouldn’t inform religious decisions.
Faith in the flesh.
William the Mamzer.
Seeing Ḥaredim and the “Jewish affinity” sector as sources of support.
Hopeful arguments to that effect have been proffered since the Pew survey two years ago. They’re wrong.
Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, speaking at an event sponsored by the South Florida Jewish Federation, addressed the “problem” of intermarriage and assimilation. Her remarks were. . .
Last year’s survey of American Jews brought dire news—rising intermarriage, falling birthrates, dwindling congregations. Our reanalysis confirms the message, and complicates it.