A path through the valley of the shadow of death.
Prayers on the death of a father.
“I am not here to receive a message but to give one to someone who needs it far more.”
When news of the Jewish justice’s death spread last week, so did a lot of weird claims about how Jews should mourn and what they believe. It’s time to clear things up.
When ancient practices for honoring the dead become a threat to the living.
Remix Judaism? No thanks.
At a refreshingly Christian memorial service, a secular Jew has some mixed feelings.
A prayer more powerful than its words.
A reflective history of Jewish views of death and what follows it.
To forget one’s past is to remain forever a child.
Beginning at 9:15 a.m. (eastern daylight time), Rabbi Jacob J. Schacter delivers his annual all-day webcast on the themes of Tisha b’Av. Source sheets can. . .
Beginning at 9:15 a.m. tomorrow, July 16, Rabbi Jacob J. Schacter will deliver his annual all-day live webcast on the themes of Tisha b’Av. Source. . .
Unique among early Iron Age civilizations, the ancient Israelites left behind very few tombs. Does this reflect a gap in the archeological record, or the. . .
The utter fragility of Jewish sovereignty has been a fact of history—a fact worth pondering during this annual period of mourning for lost commonwealths.