Is consent, and consent alone, sufficient for modern sexual ethics? That’s the question the writer Christine Emba, this week’s podcast guest, takes up in her fascinating new book.
The sacred charge to build upon the foundation that God created.
Only after fleeing Iran have I been able to perceive my home clearly, and what disturbs me the most are not the political or economic issues there but the social and sexual ones.
Of psalmists and sex dolls.
And its victims.
A struggle between good secularism and bad religion?
Enter psychological man.
Why shouldn’t a mother be allowed to marry her daughter?
The point of the Torah’s rules on foreign brides and divorce.
Religious-Zionist attitudes toward sex are fair game for scholarship, but scholarship should reflect fidelity to a complex reality. A new book fails the test.