TRADITION's #54:4 (Fall 2022) issue is now open access and offers plenty to keep you busy while waiting for our next issue to arrive once you become a subscriber (when you'll no longer have to wait a single day for full access to all our new content).
Hillel Goldberg’s "Across the Expanse of Jewish Thought" is characterized by breadth of knowledge and depth of understanding, alongside passionate involvement in his subjects and precision of analysis. In reviewing the book, Jeffrey Woolf demonstrates how Goldberg enlists his talents as a journalist in making his discussions understandable to the intelligent layperson, without sacrificing a whit of the sophistication and integrity of his presentation.
What can a mysterious item pulled from a Lakewood online auction site teach about growing wealth in American Orthodox life today? Chaim Strauchler offers a suggestion based on conversations from the TRADITION Today Summit on material success and its challenges.
Three decades following the passing of the Rav his legacy endures and his teachings still inspire – but how do we communicate his Torah to a generation “which did not know Yosef” (R. Yosef Dov Halevi Soloveitchik, that is)? Mali Brosky’s recent TRADITION essay “The Rav’s Enduring Pedagogical Relevance” takes up this challenge. She recently discussed her essay on the podcast she co-hosts, RZ Weekly, which graciously offered to share the episode with listeners of the TRADITION Podcast.