The meaning and limitations of Hospitality are a subject for an ongoing discussion, from parshat Vayera to contemporary philosophy.
Modern life has often been defined by its need to reject the past in favor of a bold new
At a time when Rav Kook’s vision of redemption has yet to come to pass, it would be easy
A personal reflection about the significance of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov and the meaning of one of his most
What kind of religious language is demanded from us in these days? between biblical pathos to and narrow boundaries
The biblical paradigm of inside/outside 'the camp' provides a new way for thinking about community and God in 2020
On the prayers born out of our seclusion in our homes, and the act of praying against the wall.
The past might trap us in limbo, but it can also point us where we need to go. A
Where does Kedusha reside - in the unspoiled nature or at the peak of civilization? thoughts on the transition
Can receiving the Torah at Mount Sinai really be a moment of both fear and love, coercion and freedom?
What are we looking for when we're studying Talmud? personal meaning or talmudic language?
This essay explores Rav Shagar's experience during the Yom Kippur War and how it contributed to his understanding of