Agnon or Herzog?
A sumptuous new book collects 100 examples of decorated and illuminated haggadahs from across Europe, Israel, America, and beyond.
The philosophy of freedom and its discontents.
While putting divine law in human hands.
Limiting observance to expressions of grief and mourning, failing to take account of the valor that defeated Hitler, is untrue to the full meaning of the day.
Most rabbis aren’t yet convinced.
Figuring out the right way to characterize Pharaoh’s heart.
Bad news for those who seek accommodation between Christianity and liberalism.
And why does Judaism need so many?
Sermons from the Years of Rage, 1939-1942, hidden during the war and now released in a new edition, is a rabbinic work unlike any since the destruction of the First Temple.
And its unique Haggadah.