Two Jews who drew on Sufism.
Elie Wiesel and Emmanuel Levinas revered the man known as Chouchani.
The theological and literary history of one of Europe’s first great outbreaks of anti-Semitic violence.
Rather than reject Nietzsche’s ideas, he seems to have incorporated them into his own.
Ḥayyim of Volozhin—and his ḥasidic grandson.
Samuel David Luzzatto.
“You should” will never be as compelling as “you must.”
Unambiguously and unashamedly Jewish.
The constant pursuit of a life with God.
Meet José Faur.
A bizarre talmudic tale teaches that no man is too wise for the commandments.
While others saw him as a skeptic.
When news of the Jewish justice’s death spread last week, so did a lot of weird claims about how Jews should mourn and what they believe. It’s time to clear things up.