‘May God Avenge Their Blood’
What we must remember when we mourn murdered Jews.
A Former Catholic Dances With the Torah
For Jews, sacred text is more than law; it is our friend.
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.
Bound to God
Why the binding of Isaac is at the heart of Jewish family rituals.
Why Christians are Reading the Rav
To be a person of faith is to be lonely in this world.
Rembrandt and the One Gentile Prophet in the Hebrew Bible
How does the great painter render the tale of Balaam and the ass?…
Rembrandt and the Dangers of Vision
An essential Jewish task that Rembrandt gives us a glimpse at.
The Miracle at 70
Only the God of the Jewish people could have brought about this miracle.
The Ultimate Portrayal of the Ultimate Example of the Unhappy Family
What Rembrandt’s etching of Joseph and his family shows us about Judaism, and mankind.
One Brief Kaddish, Summer 2017
It's rightly becoming more and more mainstream for Jews to ascend the Temple Mount.