"Ha lahma anya" is one of the first paragraphs recited at the Seder - and its strange features have been baffling commentators for centuries. Elli Fischer adds his reflections to the mix.
Ezra Sivan probes the Sabbath and the Torah's call to love God.
Tzvi Sinensky suggests that we can best understand the Haggadah against the backdrop of Sefer Devarim.
Batya Hefter explores Moses' development as a leader
For Jennifer Raskas, the seder narrative reflects on the past and informs the future.
Yaakov Jaffe explores Yehuda Ha-Levi's Yom Le-Yabasha.
Shumel Hain discusses how we can bridge the "Tragic Gap" between the world envisioned in the blessing on budding fruit tress and our current reality of pandemic and tragedy
Ben Lorber reflects on the meaning of ya'aleh ve-yavo.
How was the original Seder experienced, and how do we constitute a Jewish collective? Joel Levy and Leon Wiener-Dow argue that the collective must begin with the independent-minded individual.
Yakov Ellenbogen reviews Susan Weingarten's Haroset: A Taste of Jewish History.