Rashi’s defense against supersessionism.
Its anti-Judaism is not peripheral but central to its theology.
In play again are bitterly contested questions about the Catholic Church, about religion and politics, and—inevitably—about Christianity’s relation to Judaism and the Jews.
A profound distrust of Christian conservatives is so pervasive among liberal American Jews as to be unremarkable.
“A marvel to be greatly respected.”
The new political supersessionism.
How not to have a conversation between faiths.
A progressive majority shouldn’t be able to force religious minorities to comply with its views.
A strong alliance, but one threatened by generational shifts.
If God’s promise to give the land of Israel to the descendants of Jacob can be canceled, the salvation promised by Christianity “is nullified in. . .
Reporting from the Feast of Tabernacles in Jerusalem.
“The Israeli occupation of Palestinian land is a sin against God and humanity.”
History should come even before justice.
Making common cause.