Torah and Incarnation
How learning Torah can bridge the gap between man and God.
Jonah and Yom Kippur
Why is the book of Jonah read on the Day of Atonement?…
God’s First Love: The Theology of Michael Wyschogrod
How to reject relativism on one hand and anti-Christianity on the other.
Mysteries of the Menorah
Historical enigma surrounds the gold candelabrum pillaged from the ancient Temple in Jerusalem.
What the Jewish penchant for facial hair means.
No Friend in Jesus
Jews and Christians are united in the belief that there is a truth to be…
Of Priests, Rabbis, and Wives
A profound divide separates the classical Christian and Jewish views of marriage and family.
Of (Religious) Fences and Neighbors
Mutual respect means confronting differences, not erasing them.
Torture: Is It Always Immoral?
Anger, hate, vengeance—each of these vices can, at particular times and places, be virtuous.
The Yeshiva Shel Ma’ala and the Ivy League
Being a knowledgeable Jew is more important than going to an top school.