If God transmitted the Torah today, how would it be different? And what would that mean to us about God?
Every few months, my Orthodox family’s Shabbat table is graced with the presence of one of my dad’s childhood friends — and his male partner.
Does the shidduch resume help or hinder my Orthodox community’s efforts to create harmonious and sustainable marriages?
How strange it is to see one’s own life played out by outsiders, coupled with the eerie music of a horror film.
Yisroel Levin, 21, of Brooklyn, and Elisheva Kaplan, 20, of Queens, got engaged a week ago.
To me, this beautiful quote from the late, great Maya Angelou, encapsulates so much of the tension in Orthodox Judaism today.
I had my greatest revelation about Judaism while studying Arabic in Cairo.
There’s a new kosher certification agency in town — and many other changes that threaten the monopoly over religious life in Israel.
I’m a sophomore at Ida Crown Jewish Academy, the largest Modern Orthodox high school in the Chicagoland area.
“My history was written by men. It is male centered. But my tradition is not.”