Reenacting the first stirrings of our love of God.
The real reason for spilling wine from the cup.
Why the Haggadah doesn’t tell the story of the Exodus.
Moshkeleh the Thief.
Seder in the gulag.
Meir Soloveichik explains how the seder’s four cups of wine elevate the holiday, while two enthusiasts recommend their favorite wines from the great regions of Jewish viticulture.
“No one sounds as silly as an atheist.”
On Passover, Jews are commanded to retell the story of the Exodus, but the book they use to do it seems just as focused on food and drink as it is on the story itself. Why?
Appreciating the frugal life in an age of abundance.
Bread—not by our hands alone.
John J. Brown took the job seriously.
How the Zoom-seder debate opens up on questions of virtual reality.
Lenient rulings in response to new situations are not necessary if unfortunate accommodations, they are instead a testament to the strength and durability of Judaism.
He is still full of hope, and so—in replying to those who would misunderstand me and my method of reading the Bible—am I.