Writing Hebrew poetry after Auschwitz, with help from the Jewish liturgy.
The rabbis saw no contradiction, only completion.
Naḥmanides and the Catalonian liturgy.
A rich and eclectic commentary combined with a Zionist outlook.
On the martyrs of Pittsburgh.
Vows and human frailty.
Nishmat starts with the wide-open sky and the wings of eagles; it ends deep inside the recesses of the body, in our vital organs.
A restoration of tradition.
The theological tension within an ancient prayer.
The terms Ashkenaz and Sefarad are found in the Bible, but most likely refer to areas of present-day Turkey and Armenia, respectively. How did they. . .
The Sephardi liturgical practice of chanting bakashot, poems praising and petitioning God, is enjoying renewed—and much deserved—interest.