Theologies of Prayer: Dov Singer and Arthur Green in “Conversation”
Steven Gotlib explores similarities between Rabbis Dov Singer and Arthur Green in their models of prayer and how this model can make prayer meaningful even when experiencing doubts in one’s faith.
The Chosen Ones
Jennie Mintz revisits the death camps in her powerful new poem for the Lehrhaus.
“Leonard Cohen: A Crack in Everything” at the Jewish Museum: A...
Ronnie Perelis reviews The Jewish Museum's exhibition: Leonard Cohen: A Crack in Everything.
A Religion Without Visual Art? The Rav and the Myth of...
If Kant or Hegel had read Rambam or the Shulhan Arukh, they might have known that Jewish law does not actually proscribe the creation of images. But that was not the way of history. It is important to reclaim visual culture and aesthetics for religious Judaism so that beauty can be allowed to inspire halakhically bound actions, to color worship, and give meaning to our rituals.