Hayek and halakhah.
The few small Jewish groups that maintain the practice.
Two important new books on the Bible.
A rabbi’s reflections.
Death by barley?
Not just for the priests.
The Ḥasidey Ashkenaz and God’s wonders.
In his paintings of Jacob and his twelve sons, the 17th-century Spanish master humanizes his subjects, rendering them approachable and individual rather than remote and ethereal.
For traditional Jews and Catholics alike, liberalism has presented parallel but different dangers; so has anti-liberalism.
Some surprising similarities between Judaism and Hinduism.
How two psychics and a Lubavitch Ḥasid led an aspiring rock musician to Jewish observance.
God’s spirit and God’s image.
But not Philologos.
Marilynne Robinson asks what we are doing here.