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.
As Christians in America lose their majority status, they can gain from the experience of a religious minority that’s been here from the start.
The conflict over religious liberty is at once modest in scope and potentially very sweeping.
The threat is not just to individuals but to religious institutions, and the latter are remarkably vulnerable.
America’s “first freedom” is under attack from an ascendant cultural secularism. Christians are its first target, but Jews and Judaism may not be far behind.
As a simple matter of religious freedom and equal rights, Jews, like Muslims, should be allowed to pray atop Judaism’s holiest site.
Religiously, morally, and legally, Britain is a Christian nation—a fact that should be embraced by all, including British Jews.
Should rabbis and priests remove themselves from the civil-marriage business in order to avoid state coercion or persecution? A roundtable discussion.
The first American president pledged an America free of religious persecution; as the Supreme Court considers the birth-control mandate of Obamacare, does his vision still hold?