Rabbi Tzvi Gluckin is a senior editor at Aish.com overseeing social media and new content development.
Understanding the laws of kosher food.
Our favorite Jewish slow cooker recipes.
The fact that the Universe will inevitably come to an end seems pretty unsettling at first glance. Are there any good reasons to be optimistic despite it?
The rapper gets philosophic about his Jewish identity and talks about his recent viral successes.
Micah Hendler is using music to transcend limitations.
Most timeless traditions aren’t that old, but so what? They play an important role in celebrating the holiday.
Intermarriage says a lot less about who people marry, and a lot more about our inability to communicate our heritage and values.
Because hope is a Jewish value.
Child-freedom combines the freedom from responsibility of being a child with the independence and means of being an adult. But can you really have your cake and eat it, too?
Blind faith is not a Jewish idea.
Wrong. That’s an urban legend.
Not true, you can. Having a tattoo won’t prevent you from getting buried in a Jewish cemetery.
In Jewish thought, skin color has nothing to do with who you are as a person.
The Torah isn't talking about punitive damages; it’s speaking of compensatory, or monetary damages.
The afterlife is the place where the person you chose to be encounters the person you had the potential to be. That shouldn’t make you nervous.
Explaining hidden holidays and their Ashkenazi-centric association with kreplach.
The Hebrew language doesn’t have a word for “sin,” although not everyone agrees.
I don't have rights? What does that even mean?
Be a different person tomorrow than you are today.
David Fishof makes dreams come true, while staying committed to his Jewish values.
For Daniel Zamir, making music is the ultimate spiritual experience.
The singer opens up about his music and journey of self-discovery.
How did a terrorist organization sworn to Israel’s destruction, using human shields, firing rockets at populated areas become the good guys and Israel the bad?
Meet the man behind the some of the most well-known Jewish songs.
5 Jewish lessons from the world’s greatest band.
Eli Schwebel’s journey to discovering his heart.
Why your mom doesn't hate you even though she should.
Before he became famous, the observant pop star gave up his career in order to stick to his Jewish beliefs.
A story of survival and a libretto for six million.
Patience and perseverance: Andy Statman’s journey through Judaism and music.
His name is Nissim – which means miracles in Hebrew. An apt description of his life.
Hanukkah is the only holiday that freaks out your spell check. And that confusion is deeper than you think.
Being a Jew means being part of the counter-culture.
Thinking about the meaning of life.
A lesson for life from the heavy metal world of rock n roll.
Identifying information that only the author knows.
It's all in the details.
Living with the awareness of a connoisseur.
I got totally wiped out, and loved it.
Who's the real champion in life?
The New Jews are really the Old Jews.
How to make your husband feel like he's your knight in shining armor.
A step-by-step survival guide.
Years of heartbreak, disaster, close-calls, cosmic blunders -- and the people still had hope and hung on.
Sometimes a person needs to meditate and think about things. Most of the time he just needs to eat something greasy.
"My career was still stuck in neutral. I wasn't working. I wasn't doing anything to get things going either, except blaming my roomate for ruining my life with his success."
Deiter turned Ben on to German beer. They were having an amazing time. Until Ben got lost with no money and no map...
When playing in a band produces a high that never lasts, one is forced to look elsewhere for fulfillment. But how can Judaism compare to Fuzzy Walter?
A story of one man's spiritual journey that took some unusual twists and turns -- jazz studies, African drumming, pretending to be Malcolm X.