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A Return to Moderation: Rabbi Lamm’s Passionate Plea for Civility

Tzvi Sinensky examines Rabbi Lamm’s lifelong commitment to civility.

Letter to the Editor: Response to Leead Staller

The Lehrhaus Editors Dear Editor, I read with interest the recent article in the Lehrhaus by Rabbi Leead Staller on Halakhah and Euthanasia and would like...

“I Would Soar to the Sphere of Heaven”: Aleph and “I” in a Tishah...

In advance of Tisha Be-Av, Tzvi Novick annotates and interprets the kinnah of a’adeh ad hug shamayim by the master poet R. Eleazar ha-Kalir, unlocking its complex acrostic to determine who its speaker is meant to be.

TIMELY THOUGHTS

“I Would Soar to the Sphere of Heaven”: Aleph and “I”...

In advance of Tisha Be-Av, Tzvi Novick annotates and interprets the kinnah of a’adeh ad hug shamayim by the master poet R. Eleazar ha-Kalir, unlocking its complex acrostic to determine who its speaker is meant to be.
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SCHOLARSHIP

Letter to the Editor: Response to Leead Staller

The Lehrhaus Editors Dear Editor, I read with interest the recent article in the Lehrhaus by Rabbi Leead Staller on Halakhah and Euthanasia and would like...

COMMENTARY

A Return to Moderation: Rabbi Lamm’s Passionate Plea for Civility

Tzvi Sinensky examines Rabbi Lamm’s lifelong commitment to civility.

“I Would Soar to the Sphere of Heaven”: Aleph and “I”...

In advance of Tisha Be-Av, Tzvi Novick annotates and interprets the kinnah of a’adeh ad hug shamayim by the master poet R. Eleazar ha-Kalir, unlocking its complex acrostic to determine who its speaker is meant to be.

CULTURE

A “What If” Review: Hypothetical History, Science, and Halakhah

Yaakov Taubes examines three hypothetical “What if?” books and what they can teach us about history, science, and halakhah.