Bernard Hochstein had one sure-fire method: give away your hard-earned money to charity.
Max Feinberg tried to guarantee his family's Jewish lineage by drafting a will with a monetary sanction against intermarriage. It didn't work.
In the fall of 1942, a young hidden Jew receives a private small miracle.
From his hut in a Calcutta cemetery, a Jew cares for the last of his once-great community.
I discovered just exactly why I had always felt proud to be a Jew.
Descendants of centuries-old Jewish community in China's Kaifeng rediscover Jewish heritage after near complete assimilation in their local community.
A timely Tisha B'Av message from the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team.
How can we yearn to return to a place that we don't remember?
When was the last time we begged our Father to bring us back home?
Rethinking America's 'good war' is a not so subtle attack on our current struggles.
Presbyterian Israel-bashing shows how Jews are clueless about Christian groups.
The crisis of funding Jewish education is a shameful omission from the Jewish philanthropic agenda.
The closing paragraphs are famous, but few have read Mark Twain's complete article. It's long but fascinating. Print and read.
For the past 11 years, David Tenenbaum has been trying to undo the damage the U.S. government did to him when he was accused of spying for Israel.
Liviu Librescu survived horror to shine his light in a dark world. His candle burns still.
Growing up in Brooklyn, even if I wanted to escape my faith, how could I?
How a black Jewish Texan cleaned up an old confederate city.
As anti-Israel propaganda on campus increases in new and alarming ways, defenders of Israel must face their opponents head on.
How do we find joy after experiencing such an enormous tragedy?
A secular professor exposes the dangerous lunacy of Israel's radical Left.
Why God cares if you crack open your history book.
How I became Prime Minister of Japan for an hour and nearly achieved world peace.
Hershel Puretz wasn't looking to become the savior of 2,000 Israeli families.
I reject your apology because you have missed the point of why your post was so offensive.
Enjoy revisiting some of these gems, and catch up on your reading in case you missed any.
Soldiers deployed in Iraq celebrate the eighth night of Chanukah 2007.
Jews have a powerful need to connect with one another.
Chanukah is the last holiday into which we should be trying to shoehorn unrelated themes.
Honoring Soviet Jewry movement should not lead to an orgy of self-congratulation.
The secret power of Jewish mothers: creating and nurturing life in the face of death.
What Jews under 35 feel towards Israel goes beyond apathy to outright resentment.