Largely overlooked is the legacy — or lack thereof — of Judah Philip Benjamin
Day: July 22, 2020
Searching for the Messiah explores how the Gospels got it wrong about Jesus
Parshat Devarim teaches us that sometimes, the journey is the destination
There is mourning and remembering, but there is also hope that we can, and should, bring light to the future
Alan Dershowitz, former ambassadors, among others, offer their insights on whether Netanyahu is making a wise move
Talking to strangers on elevators was fun… until the pandemic hit
The increasingly mainstreamed BDS-BLM narrative poses a grave danger to the U.S. and European progressive and liberal Jewish communities.
He was a different kind of leader: He loved the battleground of ideas, but struggled mightily to show respect for his adversaries.
A woke mob’s attacks on a centrist Jewish writer at “The New York Times” illustrates what happens when illiberal new standards of behavior cancel contrary views.