What the headline-making rabbinic showdown over online seders reveals about Jewish law and its limits.
Ultra-Orthodox Jews have been one of the hardest-hit groups in Israel and elsewhere. Why?
Those with greater ability to help are called upon to bear greater risk.
The foreign-policy expert joins us to talk about how things there have got so bad, what the regime is thinking, and what it means for tensions with America.
The foreign-policy expert joins us to talk about how to slow down Iran’s march toward nuclear weapons—without getting entangled in a military confrontation.
The rabbi joins us to talk about the great theologian Eliezer Berkovits and his distinct vision of Jewish sexual ethics.
The expert on religious law joins us to talk about the importance of Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue.
The co-author of a worrisome new report on the quickening secularization of American young people joins us to talk about his findings.
A bomb scare during the film about the murderer of Yitzḥak Rabin prompts musings on behavior private and public.
The author of A Time to Build joins us to talk about why institutions matter and what communities of faith can do to contribute to American renewal.
The Joe Lieberman example.
A visit with an imam and a rabbi who together are attempting the impossible in Sweden’s most notoriously anti-Semitic city.