Christopher Columbus is rumored to have had Jewish ancestry. But his translator may have been the first member of the tribe in the New World.
The Torah proves that intermarriage was common among ancient Israelites. So why is modern Judaism so dead set against it?
Valentine’s Day involves plenty of worshipping of idols — or at least chocolates and flowers. So could it be considered kosher to celebrate day of love?
In 1966, on a dreary Saturday morning in Rochester, New York, Florence Rappaport’s surprised her young children with ice cream for breakfast.
‘South Park’ riffed on the Biblical story of the red heifer and its putative signal of impending doom. It’s rooted in Judaism, but the Armageddon tale is probably a misunderstanding.