Overcoming the Orthodox monopoly on religious power will require fierce battle, but new developments suggest that it’s entirely doable, Steven Fox writes.
Rabbi Avigdor Nebenzahl, former chief rabbi of Jerusalem’s Old City, is no fan of Reform and Conservative Judaism.
A haredi Orthodox lawmaker in Israel reportedly compared the Reform movement to a mentally ill person.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met in Jerusalem with leaders of the American Reform movement, who thanked him for the decision to expand the egalitarian prayer section at the Western Wall.
A haredi Orthodox man burned a Reform prayer book while protesting a women’s prayer service at the Western Wall.
In Ethics of the Fathers, the rabbis teach that we must grant respect and honor to an individual who teaches us even the smallest bit of knowledge.
Eugene Borowitz, a leading Reform Jewish philosopher and leader of Reform Judaism, has died at 91.
The Reform movement opposes a proposed Israeli law that would require NGOs to prominently state whether they get most of their funding from other governments.
Catholic mom Cindy Skrzycki has always had a Christmas tree. But now that her daughter is studying to become a rabbi, should she get rid of the beloved tradition?
It was all hugs and smiles when Israeli President Reuven Rivlin met Friday with leaders of America’s three main Jewish denominations at an event hosted by UJA-Federation of New York.