Too often, I am asked to give Torah classes for free. I can’t do it any longer.3
In expanding the mikveh to apply to anything and everything, are we forgetting how it forces us to meditate on our own sexuality?9
A fast day in honor of #MeToo — with Talmudic roots.
We asked rabbis how Jewish law and ethics can help us understand the Kavanaugh claims. Here’s what they said.
For Jewish sages throughout the ages, a tarnished reputation, independent of any criminal prosecution, was enough to disqualify a judge.4
Artscroll’s Torah translation showcases the “slide to the right” in American Orthodoxy. Steinsaltz offers a compelling alternative.
Where are the sermons urging congregants to waste less and recycle more?
Yizkor is more than yarzheit candles and kaddish — it’s an exercise in active memory.
“It almost seemed like both myself and my suggested date were ‘damaged goods.’”
The Euphretes River for Tashlich. Fasting on a military ship. A sukkah built of palm fronds from Saddam Hussein’s palace grounds.
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