April 13, 2021
Does R. Soloveitchik’s newly published “Jewish Sovereignty and the Redemption of the Shekhina” (TRADITION, Winter 2021) provide a new data point in unraveling his views on the religious meaning of the State of Israel? Aton Holzer speculates…
April 11, 2021
When the calendar date for the observance of Yom HaAtzmaut is changed how should we relate to the historical date of 5 Iyar, which falls on this upcoming Shabbat? Yaakov Jaffe advocates for additional Hallel.
April 8, 2021
Chaim Strauchler looks back on TraditionOnline’s Rabbi Sacks Bookshelves Project, summing up the insights gained as we took a look at the array of writings in Jewish and general wisdom from which R. Sacks crafted his books, essays, and sermons.
April 5, 2021
March 25, 2021
As the TRADITION editorial office closes for Passover, we leave you with these highlights from our 60+ years of archived essays. Enjoy this reading over Yom Tov – we hope all our readers will be celebrating a Hag Kasher veSameah in good health and in the company of loved ones.
March 24, 2021
March 23, 2021
March 21, 2021
Some noteworthy new titles have landed in the busy editorial offices of TRADITION: a look at Shtetl life from the perspective of the poor and destitute, Israelis and Americans look at each other through the veil of literary translation, Haym Soloveitchik's third essay collection, the lives of 19th-century smalltown rabbis, and more.
March 18, 2021
G.K. Chesterton remains one of the great writers and communicators of modern religion, combining a journalist’s flair, the literary credentials of a first-rate author, and a theology deeply considered. Writing for this week's R. Sacks Bookshelves Project, Ben Crowne looks at points of contact between the Catholic Chesterton's writing in "Orthodoxy" and R. Sacks' role as a representative of a minority faith who could speak about religious identity to a nationwide audience.