Accountants and doctors played tug-of-war, pausing to take slugs of their IPAs. This may just be the key to the future of American Judaism.
How we create families can be spoken about with dignity, not with winks. Men need to be held just as accountable for how families are created.
To promote a Jewish future that puts marriage and children at its foundation is not to shun or shame those who choose another path.
Claims that the notion of Jewish continuity is sexist ignore the importance of the Jewish people’s continued survival.
How surprised can we be that a man whose worldview hinged on women having more babies turned out to have no respect for them?
Why are we so afraid to say something so obvious out loud? How will our children know how important this is if we are too afraid to say it?
Jane Eisner counters Yehuda Kurzer with a simple argument: Without a strong foundation of marriage and children, all might be lost.
Yehuda Kurtzer has heard the arguments about urging Jews to have more Jewish children. He uses Abraham to illustrate his own argument for quality over quantity.
Jon Stewart is back — and his people are celebrating with a compilation of his best Jewish moments. No mash-up would be complete without the hilarious Passover-vs.-Easter ‘faith off.’