A new book finds the roots of the “religious revolution” in the ideas of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Theodor Herzl.
With a “spiritual” meaning.
Enterprising divinity-school graduates offer new rituals for shapeless workdays.
Why some Orthodox Jews are nervous about yoga, and why they’re right to be.
For Judaism, the outward life of religious behavior comes first.
Doggedly universalistic, obligation-free, and relentlessly focused on self-revelation.
The tale of the flattened shtrayml.
“When science finally peers over the crest of the mountain, it will find religion has been sitting there all along.”
“I’ve little doubt about the Boss’s power as a galvanizing spiritual personality.”
Halakhah vs. the dictates of the self.