The following San Diego rabbis are outraged at being left off a blacklist of rabbis whose testimony is unacceptable to Israel’s Chief Rabbinate.
More than 100 rabbis and rabbinical students are asking Hillel International turn back millions in funding from the Israeli-backed Mosaic United.
LGBTQ rabbis are pressing the Conservative movement to overturn its anal sex ban and make changes in other areas, too, like Talmud study.
On the surface it is merely a personal employment preference, but there is something much bigger at work.
Rabbis urge President Trump to act decisively in Syria; call for targeted airstrikes on Assad regime.
Alan Zweibel, a former writer on Saturday Night Live, remembers provoking the wrath of his rabbi by mentioning his name on the show.
Dozens of Washington-area rabbis urged President-elect Donald Trump to “reconsider” his campaign’s rhetoric and extend his agenda to all Americans. The full-page ad appearing in Tuesday’s Express, a subway giveaway newspaper published by the Washington Post, welcomes the incoming administration “to our great city.”
During the turmoil of the election campaign, the death of Jacob Neusner, one of the most influential Jewish thinkers of the past century, received relatively little attention.
How are rabbis communicating with their congregants about an election whose result has left many of them terrified?
Is Hillel’s cancellation of Avi Shavit’s book tour a reflection of true Jewish values, or a PR move in a changing landscape? Gerson weighs in.