The Meaning of a Yom Kippur Prayer
Kol Nidrei, one of the most awe-inspiring and misunderstood parts of Jewish liturgy, dramatizes the…
The Little Nation That Could
A train ticket in Israel printed in Hebrew? The father of Zionism thought it was…
Painting the Tension at America’s Founding Moment
Thomas Jefferson and John Adams represent two different poles of the American creed.
What Gentiles Can Learn From Lord Sacks
The late British rabbi was the most gifted voice for biblical belief in our time.
What the Bible Taught Lincoln About America
How Lincoln became the theologian of liberty.
A Former Catholic Dances With the Torah
For Jews, sacred text is more than law; it is our friend.
Pence Visits Israel’s Capital
Multitudes of gentiles are also Zionists. That has no precedent in the Jews’ millennia-long history.
The Jews Who Saved Monticello
Thomas Jefferson’s home lay in ruin until Uriah Phillips Levy stepped in to help.
Who Invited God to the Inauguration?
‘Pious gratitude’ has been a part of the ceremony since Washington.
Finding God in the Olympic Footrace
‘Chariots of Fire’ offers a message on athletic greatness and the doping scandal.