Zev Eleff responds to Elli Fischer's provocative commentary from yesterday, offering another side on the issue of rabbis' (and everyone else's) children.
Alan Kadish offers a vision for how Orthodox Jews should think about "chosenness."
Seth Farber explores the Rav's 1932 in local Boston historical context.
Chaim Saiman explains how the demand threshold for gedolim may explain fault lines in the broader Orthodox community.
Elli Fischer argues that news of the non-observant Orthodox Jews' demise has been premature.
Laura Shaw Frank contributes to the Lehrhaus Symposium on the recent OU statement regarding female clergy.
Zev Eleff and Ari Lamm cap off the Lehrhaus Symposium on the OU statement.
In December 1932, Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik had just arrived in Boston and outlined his vision for Orthodox Jewish education in the United States.