Shabbetai ha-Kohen’s books.
How rabbis lead from behind.
The custom of swinging a chicken over one’s head on the eve of Yom Kippur, slaughtering it, and giving it to a poor family was. . .
Orthodox rabbis need to stop worrying about 200-year-old battles with “Reformers” and allow Jewish law to develop organically, as it always did in the past.
Why Jewish law is more a set of guidelines than of rules.
The codification of Jewish law, argued Eliezer Berkovits, was a price that had to be paid for Jewish survival in exile; but it has turned. . .