Ethical Culture’s new problems, and its old ones.
A video interview.
Non-Orthodox Jews know whom they look down on: namely, their Orthodox and especially their ultra-Orthodox brethren. Too many know little else.
James Loeffler’s essay, “The Death of Jewish Culture,” is a compelling tour de force, which is to say that it says something important and says it with style but also that, in the swoop and slash of its argument, it leaves out a fair amount.