The letters of Aharon Dovid Shainberg.
A counterintuitive solution.
The consequences of efforts to force state curriculum guidelines on ultra-Orthodox schools.
A rabbi comes to YIVO.
In praise of Chaim Grade.
For him, the individual was paramount.
A recent article doesn’t meet the paper’s own standards.
“For him, moderation is born of a burning and lifelong desire.”
Avraham Yurovitch, who died in 2002, was a rabbi of some prominence in Jerusalem’s ultra-Orthodox community. He was also a mystic who taught meditative techniques. . .
Traditional Jewish study methods have something to gain from the techniques of academic scholarship—and vice-versa.
Religious schools save New York taxpayers billions, yet the state legislature has dropped a tax-relief measure for parents with children in religious schools. Why?
A self-discipline program devised by the American founder inspired a 19th-century rabbinic guide to self-improvement that is still studied in yeshivas today.
Two acclaimed new books about Israel betray a disquieting lack of moral confidence in their subject and its story