Is Jewish law at odds with common sense? Here’s a fascinating look at what Jewish texts and modern experts have to say about fire safety on Shabbat:
As a teacher in an Orthodox boys’ school, I’m told to leave the room for prayer times. The message to my students is clear.
How can our teachers claim we should act as a light unto the nations when we are so completely unfamiliar with who these nations truly are?
How do you raise tolerant Orthodox kids when everyone around you screams Trump?
Discussions with my fellow Jews-by-choice suggest something critical is systematically ignored in our discussions of conversion: converts themselves.
The l’chaims are getting out of hand.
European Jewish men who deny their wives religious divorces may risk being arrested upon arrival to Israel.
Halloween reminded me that you don’t have to live with the premise that you had to be entirely inside or else be cast fully outside.
Here, if you’re going to be mentally ill, you’d better pray that you’re the ‘right’ type of mentally ill.
“I know what it feels like to be a minority.”