Seder

Four questions? Make it four statements.

Rachel Scheinerman, Elliot Goldberg and Lauren Tuchman
April 26 2024 12:01AM

The truth of the tale of Hillel and the “Hillel sandwich.”

April 18 2024 12:01AM

Learning from a rejected liturgy.

Yosef Lindell
April 17 2024 12:01AM

The Talmud praises them, once.

Joshua Schwartz
April 12 2024 12:01AM

Imagining the first Passover.

Cole Aronson
April 3 2023 12:01AM

Next year in Charleston!

March 29 2023 12:01AM

A Jewish democracy activist joins us to talk about the oppression of the Uighurs in western China, and whether the Jewish experience has any survival strategies to offer.

Jan. 12 2023 12:01AM

A very temporary haven.

April 1 2021 12:01AM

The real reason for spilling wine from the cup.

Stuart Halpern
March 26 2021 12:01AM

Why the Haggadah doesn’t tell the story of the Exodus.

Yosef Lindell
March 25 2021 12:01AM

On Passover, Jews are commanded to retell the story of the Exodus, but the book they use to do it seems just as focused on food and drink as it is on the story itself. Why?

March 19 2021 12:01AM

Lenient rulings in response to new situations are not necessary if unfortunate accommodations, they are instead a testament to the strength and durability of Judaism.

May 18 2020 12:01AM

What the headline-making rabbinic showdown over online seders reveals about Jewish law and its limits.

May 4 2020 12:01AM

It’s not that they were exceptionally sophisticated or tolerant, as one popular recent article would have it—it’s that they lived surrounded by people who raised pigs.

April 28 2020 12:36AM