A distinguished historian of the American founding sees religion as a matter of individual belief rather than communal obligation.
The school-choice advocate joins us to talk about what the just-released ruling means for education in America generally, and for Jews specifically.
The expert on religious law joins us to talk about the importance of Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue.
American culture is now dominated by people convinced that biblical religion must be expunged from the public square in the name of freedom, authenticity, and the Self.
Why the National Conference of Christians and Jews mattered.
The consequences of efforts to force state curriculum guidelines on ultra-Orthodox schools.
The Eurovision contest and the mini-marts.
Confessions of a Burka-phobe.
Global policy should be rooted in appreciation of religious freedom at home.
A new production of an old play stresses the benefits of religious tolerance. But the play itself suggests there might also be costs—and specifically for Jews.