In Roman times, Judaism was much more welcoming of conversion, and it’s time to use an overlooked Talmudic tradition to return to that approach, writes Zvi Zohar.
The Torah proves that intermarriage was common among ancient Israelites. So why is modern Judaism so dead set against it?
EDITORIAL: Sheldon Adelson and other Jewish mega-donors spend millions on political races. A new book explains they have failed miserably to win over hearts and minds — so far.
Of all the major Jewish holidays, the least familiar to the synagogue-avoiding Jewish public is the festival of Shavuot. J.J. Goldberg explains how it got lost in the shuffle.
Some say it glorifies terrorism. Others complain it isn’t real art. Why is a Palestinian exhibit in a sleepy Canadian gallery causing such an uproar?
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