Religious toleration and its limits.
What Francis’s visit to Iraq means for Israel and the Jews.
In protesting a benefit concert for a medical non-profit, Israeli feminists reveal that they are the intolerant ones.
How particularism can accommodate religious minorities better than aggressively secular liberalism.
Swords, dragons, and burning talmuds.
Our secular culture tells believers that they are too sensible to remain people of faith.
Reason, revelation, and tolerance.
A response to Jonathan Sacks.
He’s fallen into undeserved disrepute of late.
Angela Merkel has been criticized for choosing an election campaign to become the first German chancellor to visit the Dachau concentration camp. There was more. . .
Busily denouncing Western intolerance, the political philosopher Martha Nussbaum fails to consider the possibility of genuine conflict between unreformed religion and secular democracy.