Zachary Truboff •30 min read
Though we often fail to realize it, halakhah is a language that shapes the world of those who speak its words. Both Rav Shagar and Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik are sensitive to this but the difference in their approaches have radical implications for the way
Eitan Abramovich •5 min read
What kind of religious language is demanded from us in these days? between biblical pathos to and narrow boundaries our home and body.
Levi Morrow •5 min read
The biblical paradigm of inside/outside 'the camp' provides a new way for thinking about community and God in 2020
Ari Ze’ev Schwartz and Levi Morrow •25 min read
A dialogue about Rav Shagar's understanding of Teshuva, and the tension between self-creation and self-acceptance.
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.
Levi Morrow •4 min read
What are we looking for when we're studying Talmud? personal meaning or talmudic language?