Moses’ story is one of family loyalty, identity, and the connection to history.
Those in the West seeking religious revival shouldn’t look to the state.
An Orthodox defense of Jonathan Sacks’s pluralism.
Thoughts on faith and community.
The British writer joins us to think about the ideological battle over the Western tradition and the role Israel plays in that fight.
Reading John Milton with an Orthodox rabbi.
A new edition of the Hebrew Bible edited by the late Jonathan Sacks Hebraizes its names in a way that bibles almost never do. Why, and what’s at stake?
“A fetus might not be a person in Jewish law, but it is a potential person, and must therefore be protected.”
Jonathan Sacks, morality, and algorithms.
The Talmud understands “love the stranger” to mean “love the convert.” Does it also apply to other strangers?
Absent God, we live in a world where the shameless flourish.
Which may explain why it often goes hand-in-hand with anti-Americanism.
The Jewish approach to leadership is an unusual combination of realism and idealism.
Two friends, a leading Catholic thinker and a leading American rabbi, pay tribute to the late chief rabbi, and his legacy both here and in Europe.