Abe Mezrich

For Rav Aharon Lichtenstein, Faith Was Life — and Life Was Act of Faith

Rav Aharon Lichtenstein, who died this week at 81, saw the obligation to be faithful and to teach other as self-evident — it was his default way of living.

The Great Stone Face: Robert Stone, author of ‘Damascus Gate’ and ‘Dog Soldiers’ has died at the age of 77.

Why Robert Stone Was One of Greatest Non-Jewish Jewish Writers

Robert Stone’s ‘Damascus Gate’ retold the story of wannabe messiah Shabtai Tzvi. A student explains why Stone, who recently died, was one of the greatest non-Jewish Jewish writers.

Offer Bread Instead of Money

GIVING 2012: Maimonidies wrote that if you don’t trust a man enough to give him charity, offer him some bread.