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.
The challenge of our age: not to desecrate God's holy name with acts that profane all that He stands for.
What makes this different from any other event in history?
Is Wall Street sending us a Rosh Hashanah message?
Do the enormous numbers of the Holocaust depersonalize it?
God's seeming indifference is in fact an expression of His greatest gift to mankind.
Could the victims somehow be seen as accomplices in their own death?
Passover is the story that answers man's existential quest for spiritual connection.
What happens when there is a conflict between human values and the law of the land?
The trial of the man who Hitler chose to carry out the "Final Solution".
One of Hitler's greatest allies in the holocaust was the indifference of the world.
The controversial book highlights the fundamental differences between Judaism and Roman Catholicism.
A Jewish perspective on the widening financial crisis.
Is there ever any line that is crossed that calls for communal condemnation?
Perhaps our best response to this Hollywood missionary effort is to look inward and take pride in the beauty of our own faith.
His latest lethal weapon? Mel's film promises spiritual inspiration but instead evokes the kind of rage that for centuries past resulted in ruthless acts of retribution.
September 11th and the danger of moral relativism.
The tragedy of a first grader killing his classmate should not cloud our vision of the greater picture which is always getting better.
Worried about the Year 2K problem? Relax. The Jewish people already solved that 3,760 years ago.
Losing a lot of money, just like suddenly making millions, forces you to confront your real priorities in life.
Our obsession for acquiring wealth has far less to do with our personal wants than with our refusal to have less than others.