What the Right Still Has To Learn From Ronald Reagan
The American conservative movement badly needs good leadership. It should look to Reagan for inspiration.
Loss, Discovery, and a Lost Discovery in “Reading Ruth”
Rediscovering the wisdom of the departed in an ancient text.
Which Wines to Drink at the Seder This Year, and Why
Understanding wine and the seder with Plato and the Haggadah.
What Jonathan Sacks Saw in America
Meir Soloveichik's tribute to the late chief rabbi and his legacy, in America and Europe.
Menachem Begin’s Covenantal Zionism
What Begin’s 1972 elegy for the diaspora reveals about a worldview unique among Israel’s founders.
A Tribute to Mosaic’s Founding Editor
Meir Soloveichik reflects on Neal Kozodoy and his accomplishments.
The Mysteries of the Sh’ma
The most powerful sentence in Judaism is also the most misunderstood.
For the Church, a Purely Neutral Approach to the Existence of Israel is Theologically Unsustainable
It will be either pro or con.
Rembrandt’s Very Human, Very Accurate, Very Jewish (and Very Unclassical) David
Michelangelo vs. Rembrandt on King David.
Rembrandt and What it Means to be Both a Stranger and a Neighbor in the World
Rembrandt reminds us of the bond between Jews and humanity at large.