Both holidays focus on children. One celebrates life, the other celebrates death.
Why are some Jews the worst enemies of the Jewish people?
Passover celebrates the concept of a personal God who cares about us and is the ultimate director of history.
Millions of people love this new TV series because it makes them cry. What's going on?
Amy Krouse Rosenthal’s moving plea for her husband to find love after her death.
Purim’s message for confronting today’s anti-Semitism.
The Founder details Ray Kroc’s rise to unimaginable success by violating the most basic aspects of ethics and decency.
Turning winners into losers and losers into winners.
NASA's earth-shattering announcement has many Jews asking: Does Judaism entertain the possibility of alien life?
The surprising findings of a new Israeli study echoes Jewish mysticism.
Because sports are human life in microcosm.
The de-Judaization of the Holocaust renders it devoid of its major message.
Mount Moriah, the Western Wall and the Jewish Quarter have been deemed off-limits to Israelis by last week’s UN edict.
May the Maccabees’ fire of idealism guide us to create a united Jerusalem recognized by all people as Israel’s capital.
Jews differ with Christians on many critical points of theology, but we can focus on the threat we equally face for our survival.
Why the infamous Brooklyn Dodger pitcher, who recently passed away, didn’t deserve all that hatred. And the surprising Jewish connection.
The disgraced director isn’t expressing remorse for his anti-Semitism. He just wants us to forget about it and move on.
If only the two candidates would have taken the great rabbi’s lesson to heart.
Kudos to the Swedish Academy for their bold and wise decision to honor a man who "created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition."
The confession “I take full responsibility” should not become a meaningless expression that makes a mockery of repentance.
On Rosh Hashanah, identify your unique mission and responsibility to live a life filled with purpose.
Because those who do not learn from history are condemned to repeat it.
What a difference a fraction of a second makes!
The terrorism of Nice and the world's select outrage.
Imagine the naming of parks, institutions and sporting events in honor of Omar Mateen.
Omar Mateen unwittingly chose the very day on which God first proclaimed “Thou shalt not murder” to carry out his barbaric executions.
Separate swimming hours to accommodate religious sensitivities provokes hypocritical response.
It was a choice between a human life and an animal life.
How do we understand the deaths of Rabbi Akiva’s students?
Those who instigate war need to pay the price for their evil. Unless it’s waged against Jews.
The student’s offensive remark was not only anti-Semitic, it violated the sanctity of all human beings.
Baseball player Adam LaRoche's stunning lesson about family and its connection to Passover.
Some meaningful ideas to share with family and guests.
When will the world realize that Islamic terror has nothing to do with Israel?
Persia is today’s Iran, our present day Haman who seeks our destruction.
It’s no accident that the two books, epitomes of the depth of evil and the heights of virtue, are now in the public domain.
And it's not through an expensive box of chocolates or diamond earrings.
It's no accident that Israel has not been blessed with huge oil reserves.
The New England Patriots and listening to God's messages.
Why those who think “God isn’t fixing this” are wrong.
Why relight the menorah when reason dictated that a day later it would go dark once again?
He cannot move to Israel for at least five years. The reason reeks of hypocrisy.
The scenes of death – whether in Paris or Hebron, Jerusalem or New York – should serve as a warning to us all.