Putting God back into the equation.
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.
Synagogues and rabbis should focus on what they do best.
The author of a book about the way progressive politics have come to define Judaism for many Jews drops by the studio to talk about the politics of the Jewish world.
Something is rotten in the state of liberalism.
Tikkun Olam in America.
A new book shows the harm that ensues when religion morphs into social-justice activism.
Palestinian lives matter.
Judaism beyond slogans.
The Hebrew phrase tikkun olam—“fixing the world”—has come to be one of the most well-known concepts in American Judaism, cited even by the President. In. . .
There is, and one strain of it needs to be reclaimed—especially in the aftermath of Gaza.
A term invoked to describe just about any action that seems to help society lends a stamp of Jewish approval to policies that in fact. . .