January 7, 2021
As much as the biblical telling of the Israelites’ “long walk to freedom” may have inspired Nelson Mandela, his life and accomplishments inspired Jonathan Sacks – Daniel Rose explains in this week’s R. Sacks Bookshelves Project.
January 6, 2021
Yoetzet Halacha Laurie Novick begins the work of assessing R. Yehuda Henkin's (zt"l) legacy as a posek, and his impact on the world of lived halakha -- especially in the realm of taharat ha-mishpaha.
January 4, 2021
TRADITION 53:1 (Winter 2021) has arrived with a newly discovered essay from R. Soloveitchik; rethinking decision-making in acute critical illness in a new proposal by Dr. Judah Goldberg, with a rabbinic response from Rabbis Hershel Schachter and Mordechai Willig; Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg on “Love, Holiness, and the Other”; and more…
December 31, 2020
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December 27, 2020
Food writer Joel Haber suggests that by studying what Jews eat, with an eye both on kashrut observance and simple lived experience, we develop a greater appreciation for Jewish uniqueness and even a deeper relationship with the religion itself.
December 24, 2020
December 23, 2020