A rabbinic “MeToo” reckoning?
A new book upends the old story.
Both kings and sages are servants.
While putting divine law in human hands.
Death by barley?
Black fire on white fire.
Liturgical tributes to the Hasmoneans in 7th-century Palestine.
Books were burned, but Judaism went unextinguished.
A passage that encapsulates the ethos of rabbinic Judaism.
For those seeking to give Jewishness a deeper meaning, here is the place to start.
A bad omen for everyone, or just non-Jews?
The book burning in 13th-century Paris.