The rabbi joins us to enumerate the principles of Jewish social justice, and to explain how you can differentiate between your own views and those of the Hebrew Bible.
A new book examines John Rawls’s theology.
The idea that Jews are a rich, powerful, turbo-white elite has plenty of purchase.
A jury rules in favor of the bakery that school administrators tried to drive out of business.
Religions can hope to thrive only if they serve a purpose that is not met elsewhere in society.
Jews should not embrace powerlessness.
Judaism beyond slogans.
For today’s progressives, Jewish particularism is acceptable only when it involves vehement critiques of Israel.
The dangers of professors who profess “social justice.”
Jews have done more than fight for the rights of others.
Charity is not the same as redistribution.
It’s not exactly “nonpartisan.”
The Torah tells us to love the stranger, but—contrary to what some activists claim—Jewish law and values do not mandate unrestricted immigration.