Excluding Orthodox Jews from a philosophy of inclusion.
An alternative to liberalism that flourishes because of it.
What John Locke learned from Moses.
As 1970s America unraveled, both radicals posed “uncomfortable questions for comfortable Jews.” What did they ask, and are conditions ripe for similar figures to emerge?
The great Jewish sort.
A lesson for the illiberal left and the illiberal right.
Hungary is less religious, prosperous, and free than the United States. That doesn’t mean it’s wholly bad.
The recent decision to stop selling the books of a disgraced Orthodox children’s author reflects a pre-liberal sensibility worth recovering.
Missed the live event? Catch the recording here of Daniel Johnson speaking live on the secularization of America with David Wolpe and Chris Arnade.
These two ex-friends saw Jews as the embodiment of the evils of liberalism.
Europe is far down the path from a gradual fading of religion to stringent ideological secularism. Is America destined to follow?
The modern way of life works if you want to make money, but there are bigger questions that it just can’t answer. Judaism, the author of a new essay argues, can fill the gap.
Modern freedoms leave us wanting more. The author of our monthly essay joins us and a noted rabbi to talk about how conversion came to be an antidote to liberal restlessness.
Longing to leave liberalism behind, everyone from Catholics to Communists is experimenting with self-transformation. What’s fueling that desire, and is it strong enough to make the break?