The Talmud, C.S. Lewis, and the importance of friendships based on disagreement.
“Jewish tradition expects us to study opinions that we’re not allowed to live by.”
When studying the Talmud, one always returns to the page.
A way to avoid risk to its own operatives.
“You have the benefit of labeling anyone an anti-Semite who disagrees with you. Use this to your advantage.”
From cartoon frogs to Hitler.
Simple search queries are good ways to find out about anti-Semitic conspiracy theories.
Israel needs a policy regarding the cybercurrency.
Can an ancient Jewish teaching make Andrew Sullivan human again?
Network neutrality vs. Brooklyn’s Ḥaredim.
An old solution to a new problem.
There’s always a virtual pack.
The Myth of the Extermination of the Jews or The Six Million: Fact or Fiction?