What Hoosier Jews for Choice get wrong.
An outsider looks into an ongoing controversy.
But did they believe in religious exemptions?
So long as it sticks to the basics, the state can impose its demands.
The legacy of the St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre.
An upcoming Supreme Court case could have profound effects on American religious communities. Does the nature of Jewish law offer a unique perspective on the question at hand?
A leading constitutional scholar joins Mosaic’s editor for a discussion on the history of religious liberty in the United States and the legal debate surrounding the free-exercise clause.
In its most recent term, the court handed down several decisions that protect First Amendment rights. What comes next?
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.
American society faces a deep crisis of meaning to which the city, and the idea, of Jerusalem has an answer. It is needed by Jews, and as much or more by Christians.
Why the National Conference of Christians and Jews mattered.