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.
The author of our April essay joins us to talk about how to read the book of Exodus, how the Israelites became a people, and plenty more.
Even though it takes liberties rendering the original text, a new Danish Bible breaks from anti-Semitic Christian replacement theology in a far clearer way than ever before.
What the headline-making rabbinic showdown over online seders reveals about Jewish law and its limits.
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.
It’s not that they were exceptionally sophisticated or tolerant, as one popular recent article would have it—it’s that they lived surrounded by people who raised pigs.
Ultra-Orthodox Jews have been one of the hardest-hit groups in Israel and elsewhere. Why?
Read to its tragic depths, the Bible suggests that the last, cruelest laugh is always on God.