The Jewish roots of our democracy.
A translation of the Jerusalem Talmud is now available online.
Returning Yavneh to the Zionist story.
A rabbi’s provocative thesis.
And a clue to a mysterious ancient translation.
“How deeply do I regret not having been more diligent in studying the language and literature of our fathers.”
Some of the most interesting and creative work in all of Jewish studies today is happening neither in universities nor as part of a yeshiva curriculum.
The red fence and the Gentile gaze.
The Talmud understands “love the stranger” to mean “love the convert.” Does it also apply to other strangers?
Two men with much in common.
The Avot of 1492.
A 1,500-year-old weapon against the evil eye.
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.