by Rabbi Ephraim Shore
Chief Editor's Blog
by Rabbi Nechemia Coopersmith
Fascinating insights from bestselling author, Thomas Cahill, who passed away this week.
Free will is a pillar of Judaism. Here are three approaches to know that you have agency.
Sara Yoheved Rigler
by Sara Yoheved Rigler
The impact of monotheism on our daily lives.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
The world shares a glorious moment of awe.
by Jeff Jacoby
At the intersection of science and public policy, nothing is more hazardous than dogmatism enforced through the squelching of dissenting attitudes.
by Benjamin Elterman
The hit show’s latest episode takes a deep dive into some fundamental Jewish concepts.
by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
For a Jew, privilege doesn’t mean access, opportunity, or favors. It means responsibility to set an example, to live elevated, meaningful lives.
by Rabbi Jack Abramowitz
Why do we let them dress like that? How to give our daughters genuine power.
One minute Film about Jewish Unity.
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
Marking International Women’s Day, here are some thought-provoking quotes by a wide range of Jewish women.
by Barrie Wilson
Defending Israel on a playing field created by its enemies is a foolhardy game.
by Chief Rabbi Warren Goldstein
Human Rights Watch traduces the sacred memories of South African victims.
by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
It’s time to call out the anti-Semitism and hypocrisy.
Exclusive conversation with Israel’s outgoing ambassador on everything from peace to the Torah.
by Bret Stephens
Here are three clear reasons.
by David M. Weinberg
Israel’s national security and its national decency are closely linked.
by Moral Courage TV
A Palestinian professor takes a group of Arab students to visit Auschwitz.
by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks
Anti-Zionism is the latest mutations of the world’s longest hate.
by Rabbi Tzvi Sytner
Freedom isn’t enough. You have to know where you want to go.
Does one errant IDF bullet warrant moral equivalence with Hamas terror tunnels?
by David Harris
The unique status afforded to Palestinians is the single biggest stumbling block to achieving peace.
by Pierre Rehov
A must-see but hard to watch video. Viewer discretion is advised.
Israel's flag testifies to our miraculous, unfinished mission.
The difference between Hamas and Israel couldn’t be greater, yet you wouldn’t know it when listening to some observers.
Demonstrating the irrationality of hatred, Cape Town rejected Israel’s offer to help forestall their crisis.
by J-TV and Miriam Kosman
A fascinating analysis of Judaism’s perspective on the nature of the masculine and feminine.
by Rabbi Pinchas Landis
A historical look of Jews and Christmas and the surprising origins of the greeting “Merry Christmas.”
by Tzvi Gluckin
In Jewish thought, skin color has nothing to do with who you are as a person.
From the Middle Ages until the present day, there are plenty of examples of Jewish people perpetuating antisemitism, despite being Jews themselves.
Israel is, and should be, subject to political criticism over its conduct. However, some bigots will say their problem is with Israel, when their real problem is with Jews.
Antisemitism has always been spread by offenders across the ideological spectrum. That's why it is key to focus on the fighting antisemitic ideas and not get hung up on the identities of whoever is perpetuating them.
by Esther Shkop
Judaism's feminine and masculine imagery of God.
by Rabbi Johnny Solomon
Rabbi Sacks' profound teachings and sincere encouragement changed my life.
Judaism is a way of understanding the world and contains life-changing ideas.
by Noah Goldman
Being Jewish shouldn't be defined through suffering and negativity. Let's flip #JewishPrivilege to a positive.
by Adam Ross
Falling on hard times, Jerry Latinik responded by finding ways of helping others. His vision sparked a revolution in kindness. .
Israel's moment of truth forces Jews worldwide to identify themselves.
by Rabbi Ari Kahn
I thank God for bringing the boys back home.
by Michael Freund
Instead of breaking us, this horrific act of terror has brought us all together.
by B.C. Wallin
Insights from the film Everything Everywhere All at Once.
by Rabbi Raffi Bilek
The meaning of the Hebrew alphabet’s first two letters.
A cautionary tale about being complicit in our own oppression.
by Gavriel Lakser
If Pharaoh’s actions are imposed upon him by God, how can he be held accountable and be punished for those actions?
by Rabbi Dr. Benji Levy
While pleasure is in the moment, happiness lasts a lifetime.
by Tamara Ezekiel
Adele was really on to something.
Like you can't get buried in a Jewish cemetery if you have a tattoo.
They're not flaws – they're inclusions that make them so precious.
The intricate science and philosophy behind reconciling the lunar and solar calendars can leave one speechless.
Choose life. Because the alternative is death.