Christians and Jews face a common enemy: radical Islam.
In order for redemption to come, we must first open the door.
Seeing a replay of the Jacob period of Jewish history in our time.
This world has a warranty, destined to expire.
A medicine may be bitter, but it is not bad.
Exploring the nature of suffering.
According to the effort is the reward.
The result of observing mitzvot is good health.
Three Jewish laws are better to die than to transgress.
Jewish law regards jail as an inhumane punishment.
God directly links a person's actions to the nature of the reward and punishment.
Without God in the picture, morality is relative.
God wants us to serve Him out of love.
Removing one little piece may ruin the whole picture.
The Jew stands in self-judgment in an act of personal improvement.
The path to spiritual wholeness, post-Adam and Eve.
Slaughtering the Pascal lamb represented breaking free from predetermined forces beyond our control.
Debunking the concept of vicarious atonement.
Exploring what is the definition of a “good Jew.”
Children went from being our employees to our bosses, replacing responsibility with entitlement.
Claude Lansmann’s film, The Last of the Unjust, explores the moral ramifications of Benjamin Murmelstein’s pact with the devil.
No one falls out of love.
A new custom for removing trash from your life echoes the burning of chametz before Passover. The similarity is no accident.
5774 or 2014? The theological debate behind the artist’s masterpiece.
The similarities – and essential differences – between Thanksgiving and Hanukkah.
Three groundbreaking works reveal disturbing facts about the perpetrators of genocide.
The recent Pew Report on Jewish identity is a wake-up call for all of us.
Rejoicing with the Torah because it is an exceptional book that has made us exceptional.
What are couples who choose not to have children missing out on?
For American parents it’s very often no more than a fantasy, but it’s now the law in China.
A controversial new book reveals new evidence of Jewish movie moguls’ collaboration with Nazis.
If we learn from an experience, there is no such thing as failure.
Choosing more than one valedictorian distorts the value of equality.
Now more than ever, the world can benefit from the Decalogue’s contemporary lessons.
The love for my team, made me appreciate the love for my people.
Sparking discussion on some of Passover’s most important themes.
It happens in the Sistine Chapel, which was designed to be a copy of the holy Jewish Temple in Jerusalem.
With more than 42,000 ghettos and concentration camps scattered throughout Europe, almost everyone had to know what was happening.