by Rabbi Mordechai Becher
by Rabbi Noah Weinberg
Embedded deep in our consciousness is the knowledge of life's precious secrets. The key to access them is the ABCs.
by Rabbi Nechemia Coopersmith
Exploring Judaism can mean un-learning mistaken ideas, as much as it means learning new ones.
In this age of information overload, how do we sort out the good from the bad? Here are powerful techniques to really "know what you know."
by Rabbi Dovid Rosenfeld
If God loves us, why did He place us in such a dark and evil world?
by Jeff Jacoby
Reason alone is not enough to keep human beings humane.
by Shmuel Silinsky
The word "sin" has no connection with endless guilt and eternal damnation. But it does have a lot to do with archery.
A tool for staying focused on what's really important in life.
by Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan
The world is one long chain of events, dating all the way back to Adam.
by Sara Yoheved Rigler
Every component of the Exodus was meant to reveal another facet of how God is involved in the world.
What is the purpose of existence? Let's first answer: What is the purpose of the Nike shoe factory?
It's natural to protect ourselves from information we perceive as threatening. But it can be a big monkey wrench in seeing the elephant and recognizing God.
Meaning is one of man's greatest needs. Can life have meaning if existence is the result of a random occurrence?
If there is an absolute standard of morality, then there must be a God. Disagree? Consider the alternative.
Searching for religious truth is more than a matter of faith. It requires a blend of genuine tolerance with cogent reasoning and intellectual honesty.
Being a Jew demands developing the intellectual and moral courage to live by what is true, even if the whole world stands opposed.
by Sara Yoheved Rigler with Rabbi Moshe Zeldman
A Jewish rebuttal to Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion
What supports the claim that God spoke to the entire Jewish people at the foot of Mount Sinai?