Jonathan Sacks

Reading John Milton with an Orthodox rabbi.

March 15 2022 12:01AM

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?

Jan. 12 2022 12:01AM

“A fetus might not be a person in Jewish law, but it is a potential person, and must therefore be protected.”

Gil Student
Dec. 6 2021 12:01AM

Jonathan Sacks, morality, and algorithms.

Francis Nataf
Oct. 28 2021 12:01AM

The Talmud understands “love the stranger” to mean “love the convert.” Does it also apply to other strangers?

Gil Student
Oct. 26 2021 12:01AM

Absent God, we live in a world where the shameless flourish.

Aug. 2 2021 12:01AM

Which may explain why it often goes hand-in-hand with anti-Americanism.

Joseph Loconte
June 11 2021 12:01AM

The Jewish approach to leadership is an unusual combination of realism and idealism.

March 19 2021 12:01AM

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.

Dec. 11 2020 2:01AM

The most beautiful idea in the history of civilization.

Nov. 23 2020 12:01AM

Perspectives from a rabbi and from a Muslim.

Meir Soloveichik and Ed Husain
Nov. 16 2020 12:01AM

“When a sage dies, all are his kin.”

Mosaic
Nov. 9 2020 12:01AM

“No Jew worthy of the name ever lost hope.”

Jonathan Sacks and Robert P. George
Oct. 23 2020 12:01AM