A Jewish philosopher stops by to talk about how Jews—and one major non-Jew—have thought about repentance.
A lesson from loss.
The man of faith who told Jews they need not be lonely.
“Take a living person and turn him into a book.”
Lonely man in space.
“No one achieves happiness or bliss when paying his taxes.”
Finding God in the minutiae.
From Mount Sinai to the Yom Kippur War.
Bringing the Divine Presence back from exile.
Rabbi A.Y. Kook and the difference between a philosopher and a religious personality.
Norman Lamm’s elevated moderation.
Why did God want a sanctuary?
Rather than reject Nietzsche’s ideas, he seems to have incorporated them into his own.
Two men with much in common.