Rabbi, when you invoke the latest tragedy to support your interpretation of how I should vote, I want to stomp out of the sanctuary in protest.
The lawsuits are coming — whether the rabbis like it or not.
We would be foolish to ignore the parallels between the way Jewish leaders exercised agency then and today.
Our organizations embody Jewish values externally — but internally, the finances show otherwise.
Four short prayers, sung in half-darkness, a small gathering surrounding a candle ablaze — it’s enchanting, entrancing, primal.
What role should biblical text play in American politics? A big one, a new anthology argues.
Why the title ‘Rabba’ matters.
Ours is an era when the unthinkable has become thinkable again.
“The interesting thing about Jewish ritual objects is how they reflect the time and place where they are made.”
In the Shavuot story, Ruth is the heroine — but we often overlook the exceptional inclusiveness of her community.
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