The film is as painful to watch as your last root canal, without the benefit of gaining something positive from the experience.
Moral relativism died with my son Daniel Pearl, in Karachi, on January 31, 2002.
In her life and work, Ayaan Hirsi Ali personifies the central challenges of our times.
A moving book that allows us to feel the pain of the Gush Katif residents who were exiled from their homes.
The Sopranos manipulates us into identifying with Tony's humanity so that we overlook his wickedness.
Shaul Rosenblatt's new book is one of the best on the topic of suffering.
"Your book has confused opinion with fact, subjectivity with objectivity and force for change with partisan advocacy."
A recently published Holocaust diary that wavers between hope and despair.
Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid is so biased that it inevitably raises the question of what would motivate Jimmy Carter to write such an indecent book.
Adviser breaks with Carter over Mideast book.
In life no one's a benchwarmer, and other key lessons from baseball.
A new book looks at Jewish themes in the stories of popular superheroes.
The Man of Steel has always been Jewish, and in his newest film, Superman returns to his roots
The controversial book highlights the fundamental differences between Judaism and Roman Catholicism.
What is the film "March of the Penguins" really about? A penguin speaks out.
The matriarch of the Jewish people embodies the opposite of typical daytime TV fare.
A Hollywood screenwriter brings to life his ailing son's vision: young-adult fiction that conveys good values.
The Academy Award-winning film forces us to assess the value of life amidst a shattered dream.
We have relied for too long on people disaffected with the Orthodox world to produce an "Orthodox literature" that verges on caricature.
There's a little bit of Judah Maccabee in the Academy Award nominated film, "The Incredibles."
The metamorphosis of Ahuvah Gray, a black American who was once a Christian minister and is now an Orthodox Jew.
Years of heartbreak, disaster, close-calls, cosmic blunders -- and the people still had hope and hung on.
The creator of a Jewish superhero comic book series weaves a web between Spider-Man 2 and Broadway's Fiddler on the Roof. Fasten your seatbelts…
A unique novel captures Jerusalem's hidden world of matchmaking and Torah learning.
A well argued, fast-paced, and engaging book offers an authoritative and provocative portrait of one of the most controversial leaders of the 20th century.
Jerusalem and the Divine Presence in a flurry of color and movement.
Mel Gibson has a responsibility to make a movie that does not contribute further to a legacy of pain and suffering.
An award-winning Israeli book that recounts a rabbi's experiences in the Yom Kippur war strikes a chord in both secular and religious society.
The illuminated manuscripts of Michael and Danielle Chouraqui.
Precious tales that give us a peek in to a world of devotional beauty that focuses on kindness.
Spider-Man mirrors the consciousness of Jewish activists. So says the creator of a Jewish superhero comic series.
Hollywood may not produce films with these superheroes, but the appearance of any of the following individuals would be greatly appreciated.
Written in 1963, the words to this song are still relevant.
Bill Bennet's new book, "Why We Fight", is must reading for these tumultuous times.
Evil and the cultural significance of Tolkien's masterpiece.
In sports and in life, the whole is greater than the sum of the parts.
Born to great wealth, Roy Neuberger spent his youth and early adulthood in a frustrating search for meaning in life. Until he began to explore Judaism's spiritual life.
A new film examines the dichotomy of the Orthodox homosexual.