It’s hard to point to a fundamental disagreement between the religious Zionist and haredi communities.
True stories, literary retellings, and a religious response.
What’s new from Pew.
Firefly’s kippah-clad intergalactic postal clerk.
“How deeply do I regret not having been more diligent in studying the language and literature of our fathers.”
When an administrator at Columbia told Jewish students to violate Rosh Hashanah.
“Artists are more connected to God.”
The dramas of Vilna in the 1920s are not so far removed from the dramas an Orthodox rabbi’s wife sees playing out in the 2020s.
Moshe Maimon combines ḥaredi sensibilities, vast knowledge, and academic rigor.
Two men with much in common.
Judaism’s “self-contained system of ethics.”
The traditionalism of the Ḥatam Sofer.