While the rabbis continued to express different views on the subject of teaching “wicked” students, the general tendency was to admit all […]
You have to be careful with your fundamentalism, because when you overstate your case, it can be so easily refuted. Rabbi Josh […]
We tend to talk in collectives: Hazal—hakhameinu zikhronam liverakhah, “our Sages, blessed be their memory,” “the Sages”—plural, the nevi’im, the Tannaim, the […]
If Kevod ha-beriyyot is docheh lav shel Torah, it is also docheh divisive parochial policy. Rabbi Alan Yuter, private e-mail.
…hopefully at all Jewish organizations, the act of working there should be part of their Jewish Journey. She hoped to connect this […]
One teacher shared with us that his measure of engagement is whether the teens are on their phones or not during class. […]
“The Jewish world seems to want community without substance,” Bisman said. “Leaders like Alison are focused on substance. Translating that to language […]
…there is no Talmudic evidence at all in regard to any importance attached to Isru Hag. There is, in fact, evidence to […]