‘Willful amnesia of the loss we face is not a reflection of resilience, it is a sign of weakness.’
Demographic and spiritual challenges have produced great uncertainty among our leading rabbis of what the future holds for Jews. Here’s what they say.
Our rabbis all agree Jewish poverty is pervasive — and swept under the rug. What to do about it is where many disagree.
This week, we asked our rabbis, “What are Jews? — a race, a religion, a culture, an ethnicity, a nation?” Here are their responses:
For once, our rabbis aren’t kvetching about anything. It’s time to celebrate the Jewish people!
Some say there is such a thing as Jewish values; others call such claims egotistical. Even fewer agree what Jewish values would actually be.
Our Rabbi Roundtable largely agreed there is a very important lesson the Talmud can provide us in today’s divisive times.
Some of our rabbis say the Diaspora shouldn’t have a voice in Israel, while others say it plays a vital role — either to challenge or support Israel.
Our panel of rabbis offered a wide array of responses regarding what exactly they’d like to see Jews stop doing.
The question of intermarriage has roiled the Jewish community for years. What should we do about it? We asked 22 rabbis; here are there answers.