Three ways to prepare for your personal judgment day.
The fashion faux pas is offensive, but save your indignation and focus on more critical issues.
How can I be of the same species as the person who saws off a man's head with a 6-inch knife?
The Jewish prayer may have stopped a would-be suicide bomber who was Jewish.
Points of clarity uncovered by the war.
With outrageous levels of insanity overtaking the world, we need him now more than ever.
Including you don’t need to be Jewish to get to Heaven.
As we condemn Mohammed Abu Khdeir's murder, let's not lose sight of the big picture.
Without this quality, it's likely you would. With it, we can remain united.
Let us hope that 16-year-old Mohammad Abu Khdeir was not killed by a Jew.
Five apologies that Jews would rather hear than Gary Oldman’s.
Take a moment to appreciate this most precious gift.
How many donors does Aish.com have?
My kids could tell you more but these are the primary issues I confront on a daily basis.
Should the ADL global study on anti-Semitism be cause for alarm?
Readers want to know: Why did Aish.com post Tal Fortgang’s article, “Checking My Privilege”?
Is Donald Sterling’s racism worse because he’s a Jew?
Imagine taking Ahmadinejad to the Third Temple that just descended on Jerusalem.
Responding to the horrific murder of Leiby Kletzky.
Exploring Judaism can mean un-learning mistaken ideas, as much as it means learning new ones.
Becoming parents of a baby with Down's syndrome has forced us to reconsider our views on parenting and what it means to lead a meaningful life.
Our task is to go out and build our world. And then comes Day Seven.
In Judaism, you can't be holy without the physical.
From one parent of a child with Down syndrome to another.
If there is an absolute standard of morality, then there must be a God. Disagree? Consider the alternative.
Who is the master of your universe? A Rosh Hashanah meditation.
Uri Lupolianski, mayor of Jerusalem, has an even bigger claim to fame. An Aish.com exclusive.
Jewish philosophical approaches to one of life's fundamental questions.
Kurt Vonnegut and encounters with the Infinite source of existence.
What supports the claim that God spoke to the entire Jewish people at the foot of Mount Sinai?
Being a Jew demands developing the intellectual and moral courage to live by what is true, even if the whole world stands opposed.
Searching for religious truth is more than a matter of faith. It requires a unique blend of genuine tolerance with cogent reasoning and intellectual honesty.
Delve into some mind-boggling concepts in this exploration of the Jewish definition of God.
What is the purpose of existence? Let's first answer: What is the purpose of the Nike shoe factory?
Does the intricate design of the universe serve as evidence for the existence of God?
It's natural to protect ourselves from information we perceive as threatening. But it can be a big monkey wrench in seeing the elephant and recognizing God.
Meaning is one of man's greatest needs. Can life have meaning if existence is the result of a random occurrence?
How can we perceive the Infinite while stuck in a finite world?
Accusations of hypocrisy leveled at the author of "The Book of Virtues" teach us an important lesson about how we instill values in our children.
Why should the mayor of New York City be the only person to ride an Israeli bus without fear?
Would you be willing to murder one innocent person if it would guarantee the cure for cancer? What if that one innocent person were ninety years old?
While President Bush prepares America for war against the forces of evil, with the advent of Yom Kippur Jews are preparing for an additional war against an implacable foe.