A look at the legacy of the man who revitalized Modern Orthodoxy and who was perhaps “the greatest composer of sermons in the English-speaking rabbinic world.”
And how much does its ideology matter?
A rabbi comes to YIVO.
Samuel K. Mirsky: a grandson’s appreciation.
An educational failure.
A touchy subject.
That’s the argument of a new book.
American Orthodoxy may well be approaching a crossroads, but the defining issue will not be the ordination of women clergy. Religious history doesn’t work that way.
The outgoing chancellor of Yeshiva University should be celebrated for his immeasurable contributions to the entire Jewish world, not pilloried for a single error of judgment.