“Several people said they’re lighting candles again to show the kids a positive aspect” of being Jewish.
And how Hebrew and Yiddish translations shaped it.
There is no sanctity without preparation.
A testament to Jewish stubbornness.
Christian Hebraists, Harvard professors, and the foundational text of postbiblical Judaism.
“We ask for forgiveness” if a body is moved.
Judaism’s revolutionary contribution.
Beyond the denial of death.
From Emmanuel Levinas to Jonathan Sacks.
Repentance as a communal pursuit.
“When you see the wonders of how bees operate, it makes you feel good about God.”
A lesson from loss.
“It is not in heaven.”
His fantasies contained only a few Jewish themes.