The recent rededication of the Hagia Sophia as a mosque helps us in the Jewish diaspora think about our methods of worship and hope.
On Shavuot when we celebrate the giving of Torah, we are charged with becoming shomrei Torah, its guardian. We do that by upholding its teachings.
It can be tough to pray using a computer. But it can happen. For God is not located in a synagogue, but wherever and whenever we let God in.
The hecklers who interrupted Moshe Halbertal’s speech at the University of Minnesota may have thought they were protesting the Israeli occupation. They really object to the Jewish state’s existence, Rabbi Alexander Davis writes.