It’s not to condemn Conservative Judaism.
Reflections on the founder of Israel’s chief rabbinate.
A leading Modern Orthodox rabbi is being forced out.
Tablets with curved tops? Rectangles? Two sides of the same stone?
Two reform-minded rabbis discuss.
Throughout his life, Ben-Zion Meir Hai Ouziel (1880-1953), the first Sephardi chief rabbi of Israel, held fast to a vision of breaking down the divisions. . .
Israeli society has only begun to have a serious conversation over what, if anything, the contemporary rabbinate is for.
In the early 1990s, in exchange for their support of the Oslo agreement, the Labor party gave control over religious institutions to the ultra-Orthodox. Now. . .