And the sleuth who discovered it.
Setting the record straight on the “treyfa-banquet.”
What the early history of Conservative Judaism can tell us.
Born in Slovakia, educated at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America (JTS), and ordained by leading Orthodox rabbis, Joseph H. Hertz served posts in Manhattan,. . .
The rabbinic scholar Saul Lieberman, who died in 1983, was famed for his comprehensive knowledge of talmudic literature, his meticulous scholarship, and his synthesis of. . .