What could go wrong? The significance of unexpected events in history.
I'll never forget the moment I was just a prop used in a larger, cosmic drama.
How the country's turmoil resonates with a striking biblical parallel.
Israel has not forgotten the biblical message that even the mighty are culpable for their crimes.
Do the sins of the fathers get transmitted to the children?
The greatest challenge to our faith is not another faith, but faithlessness.
Does the fact that something is true always justify its being made public?
Why didn't God simply give the Jews an eight-day supply of oil?
I contacted the scammer in Nigeria who stole my email account and he actually replied.
The genesis of Facebook has its source in the Book of Genesis.
It's no accident that the NYC mosque is covered with the Jewish symbol.
The most important days of the year are about to begin.
The contemporary relevance of a discarded Nazi propaganda film.
My brush with TV stardom taught me that there’s very little reality in television.
The tragic fate of one survivor's remarkable heirloom.
The connections with Torah and Hebrew words are just too frequent and striking to be accidental.
The irony of tefillin threatening the lives of innocent people.
Why Israel gives humanitarian aid whether or not it is appreciated or acknowledged.
Is a beautiful golf swing enough to make you a hero?
Two contemporary morality tales convey the same important message.
Was I wrong at that moment to believe it's at last possible to cast off centuries of mistrust, misunderstanding and religious intolerance?
On Shabbat, we shut out the world so we can hear our soul.
To remember Kristallnacht properly, we must first renounce its German-given name.
This well-meaning book ends up distorting the Holocaust.
As a generation blessed with abundant wealth, Sukkot ensures that we keep our priorities straight.
Is the Sistine Chapel the site for the greatest subversive act in the history of art?
Let our primary question in the wake of this tragedy be not "Why did it happen?" but rather "What can I do to help?"
The film's message is antithetical to the real meaning of Daniel Pearl's murder.
The film is as painful to watch as your last root canal, without the benefit of gaining something positive from the experience.