Meir Soloveichik


Sanctity of Union an Article of Faith

By Meir Soloveichik

In a rare instance of agreement, the liberal New York Times editorial page agreed with reknowned conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia — both found last week’s Supreme Court decision legalizing sodomy to be inconsistent.The brilliant and ornery Scalia, in dissenting from Justice Anthony Kennedy’s majority opinion, notedRead More


How Soloveitchik Saw Interreligious Dialogue

By Meir Soloveichik

In September 2000, a Baltimore-based institute for interfaith dialogue issued a statement titled “Dabru Emet: A Jewish Statement on Christians and Christianity.” The statement enumerated a series of theological beliefs shared by Jews and Christians, and insisted that such a statement was essential given the dramatic change during the last fourRead More






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