Today’s liberal Judaism may or may not have struck the right balance between tradition and change; but that’s a conversation worth having.
Shabbetai ha-Kohen’s books.
The Jewish case against the Johnson Amendment.
Who needs Babe Ruth when you can have Moshe Feinstein?
Holding out for a Hall-of-Famer.
The book of Malachi, read on the Sabbath before Passover, marks the moment in Jewish history when priestly authority gave way to rabbinic judgment.
An outstanding theologian of Reform Judaism.
Two in Aramaic, one in Greek.
Yes—even those who normally eschew politics.
A congregational rabbi must lead by personal example.
Probably, but the rabbis didn’t want anyone to know.
From the 1930s to the ’50s, Jewish boxers were common.
The chief rabbinate of the United Kingdom dates back to the early 18th century, and has weathered major changes in the makeup of British Jewry.. . .