“When we move from the politics of me to the politics of all of us together… That is what makes great nations.”
— Jonathan Sacks, the previous chief rabbi of the United Kingdom, said the existence of an egalitarian prayer space at the Western Wall mea…
Outpourings of grief are flooding in for victims of last night’s bombing in Manchester from singers, actors, and politicians
It is still a terrible thing to witness the corporatization of knowledge and the debasement of intellectual discourse.
Jonathan Sacks suggests that libertarians, in their misreading of founding texts and in their abrogation of communal responsibilities, are embracing licentiousness.
Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, the former chief rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the British Commonwealth, won one of the world’s largest prizes, the $1.5 million Templeton Prize
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, a philosopher and member of the U.K. House of Lords who served as Britain’s chief Orthodox rabbi from 1991 to 2013, is in America lecturing and promoting his latest book, “Not in God’s Name: Confronting Religious Violence.”
The former British chief rabbi was being honored by the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, a Washington-based public interest law firm that’s been busy representing clients — such as Hobby Lobby — who say their religious freedoms are being trampled by the government.
Four leading rabbis will be honored for their work in applying halachah, or Jewish law, to modern life.
The newly retired British chief rabbi Lord Jonathan Saks will teach as a professor at two American universities.