Ari Ze’ev Schwartz and Levi Morrow •45 min read
A dialogue about Rav Shagar's complex views of Zionism, redemption and the state of Israel.
Zachary Truboff •7 min read
This essay explores Rav Shagar's experience during the Yom Kippur War and how it contributed to his understanding of emunah. To dwell in the sukkah is to experience not God's light but rather God's shade, and it is this model of faith we must
Zachary Truboff •15 min read
Reflections on Rav Kook’s writings on love as it manifests toward God, our fellow Jews, and humanity as a whole.
Levi Morrow •4 min read
What are we looking for when we're studying Talmud? personal meaning or talmudic language?
Zachary Truboff •50 min read
On the centrality of Baitiut in the thought of Rav Shagar, and our ability to feel at home with Judaism.