And why he believed religion was a prerequisite for democracy.
The lessons of powerlessness.
The resulting conflicts are opportunities, not awkward problems.
Aided by biblical illiteracy.
Leo Strauss on “Religion and the Commonweal.”
A unique mission to the world.
The historian as moralist.
The superiority of the rabbinic mode.
Liberalism need not require a naked public square.
And other rules for renewing the civic discourse.
Religious and secular get along best when they embrace tolerance.
Increasing numbers of young people are simply bypassing the rabbinic establishment.
The free market, social welfare, and skepticism of government.
A nation under God.