The capital murder case against the perpetrator of the 2018 Pittsburgh synagogue shooting is dragging on; the Poway shooter who committed his synagogue attack six months later has already received a sentence of life in prison without parole.
My years of studying Jewish texts lead me to this conclusion: Jewish values point to a particular choice this time.
I was searching for a way to anchor myself — and I found myself turning to the Bible.
After losing three fellow congregants in the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, Beth Kissileff hopes that Tisha B’Av will help her with her pain.
In 2013, 82% of synagogue youth directors had no training in preventing the sexual abuse of children.
And most importantly — how do you say it in Middle Egyptian?!
The destruction of graves at the Jewish cemetery where my great-great-grandparents Moritz and Sarah Amsel Grossman are buried did not desecrate those lives, it sanctified them.
Her husband says “women are from Genesis and men are from Leviticus, women do things through relationships and men through rules and regulations.”
How are rabbis communicating with their congregants about an election whose result has left many of them terrified?
Rabbis across the United States share their reaction to Donald Trump’s election and their plans for helping their communities move forward.