A new version of an old shortcut.
A scholar bold enough to look at the big picture.
A Jewish school seeking to hire a female teacher would have to consider candidates who “identify as female.”
The writers failed to sympathize with their own characters’ commitment to clan and tradition.
A religious problem, not a demographic one.
A son’s reflection on the centennial of a great New York intellectual.
The flaw in Daniel Boyarin’s new book.
“I pray that my missing finger serves as a reminder never to be afraid to be Jewish.”
And may speak to observant Jews more than do many Jewish-themed shows.
The Jews of San Miguel Allende.
A desire to see wicked nations punished is bound up in the belief in a just and providential God.