How are we to reconcile the fact that there are individuals who are scrupulous in observing Jewish law, yet seem not to care about their health?
How do we gain perspective when it’s badly needed? Jewish thought provides a few answers — through the story of a fox.
The unfortunate message from some synagogues is that Judaism isn’t about lofty ethical ideals, or rapturous prayer, but rather all about the money.
A difference will only be made when every individual sees extending a hand to those floating by as part of their core identity and personal mission.
Why do superhero movies outperform almost all other film genres? The answer is rooted in one of mankind’s most elemental desires.
If Jewish law didn’t command Jews to keep Shabbat, would Orthodox Jews still keep it?
My first visit was a personal call to sympathy for the victims of the Holocaust; my second was a philosophical inquiry into the minds of the Nazis.
A rabbi shares the most disturbing experience he had during his almost two years spent studying in Yeshiva in Israel — and what we can learn from it.
I couldn’t help but wonder if my pizza-mate recognized the ramification of his philosophy.
For all of the blessings that modern freedoms affords us, it has been nothing if not a mixed blessing for the Jews.