Celebrating and Looking Ahead
Reflecting on the last two years of learning and study and looking ahead at Rabbi Soloveichik’s many programs starting later this fall.
A Conversation with Daniel Gordis about Menachem Begin
Rabbi Soloveichik delves into the life and legacy of the Israeli leader with one of his recent biographers.
Harry Truman, Israel, and the Jews
What Harry Truman's big decision can teach us about America and the Jews.
Jews: The Case for God
Am Yisrael Chai—the Jewish people lives—is a fact, but what is the theological meaning of this most improbable miracle?
Torture: Is It Always Immoral?
Anger, hate, vengeance—each of these vices can, at particular times and places, be virtuous.
What Jerusalem Means to Me: Ben Shapiro and Rabbi Meir Soloveichik
The political commentator chats with Rabbi Soloveichik about the West's enduring debt to Jerusalem and much else.
On Making Men Moral, 30 Years Later, and Professor Robert George
Rabbi Soloveichik discusses an essential but forgotten work, and the influence of one of his greatest teachers.
Providence and Power: Meir Soloveichik on the First Things Podcast
Rabbi Soloveichik talks with Mark Bauerlein of First Things magazine about his new book.
Anti-Semitism and Jewish Identity
Rabbi Soloveichik joins Christianity Today to discuss the roots of anti-Semitism, and what role Judaism plays in Israel's war with Hamas.
What Jews Believe and Say about Martyrdom
Rabbi Soloveichik joins the Tikvah Podcast to look at the theological significance of the honorific given to a Jewish martyr, and explains how it differs from the typical honorific given to the Jewish dead.