How do we know when something is true?
We are outraged when ideology drives people to deny or distort demonstrable facts. But the truth is, all of us lie at times.
“Speaking truth” not only challenges power, but also harnesses it for the good.
Please share this current edition of Sh'ma Now, a plurality of voices engaging with matters critical to contemporary Judaism.
Every photograph is both a reflection and a distortion of some truth.
Our tradition values truth as central to the quest for a just and compassionate society — the basis for civil discourse and democratic process.
NiSh’ma is our simulated Talmud page with three commentators reflecting on a verse from Psalms on Creation.
Use this guide to facilitate conversations that examine the complicated nature of truth and the complexities of truth-telling.
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