A new book upends the old story.
Isaiah’s unforgettable language serves much the same role in spoken Hebrew that Shakespeare’s does in English.
Market forces constrain misplaced zealotry.
Kabbalistic kiddush cups.
On Peter Berger and the Jews.
Change is afoot, but its direction is uncertain.
Rarely does someone abandon religion because of a question he cannot answer.
Halakhic rulings from the diaspora may not always apply well to Israeli realities.
Totalitarianism in the name of “equalities.”
“The most systematic, comprehensive commentary on Maimonides’ code ever produced.”
A Jewish physicist’s theological reflections.
A new translation of a classic work grants access to a great theological debate.
Where Judaism can be a culture, not a counterculture.