At the very least, one should learn some humility.
The famous “new Jew” of Zionist lore is finally here: a dynamic blend of modern and traditionalist, nationalist and cosmopolitan. So an ambitious new book argues.
They benefit from multiculturalism, but don’t necessarily accept its assumptions.
The Ḥazon Ish.
The Eurovision contest and the mini-marts.
Where academics and rabbis have not yet stepped.
What Gershom Scholem got wrong.
No worries about “Jewish continuity.”
But what does it mean for the state of Israel?
American Judaism is losing both commitment and moderation.
Setting the record straight on the Haiyun affair.
Where Judaism can be a culture, not a counterculture.