Covid-19 has underscored the extent to which Halakhah is profoundly concerned for mental well-being. Addressing this timely issue, Sharon Galper Grossman and Shamai A. Grossman offer a comprehensive overview of relevant halakhic perspectives on mental health and Halakhah.
Can individual autonomy be reconciled with the practice of Halakhah? It can and must, insisted Rav Nachum Rabinovich zz"l. In honor of Rav Rabinovich's sheloshim this past Thursday, David Silverstein explains.
Yaakov Jaffe explains how Biblical grammar and parables come together in Amos to teach us about women's Talmud Torah.
In our saturated environment, can any contemporary work on hilkhot Shabbat break new ground? Ezra Schwartz explains that Rav Rimon's newest work does precisely this.
How will digital technology transform Torah study in the coming years? Two of the brilliant minds working at the cutting edge of this field, Moshe Koppel and Avi Shmidman, both professors at Bar-Ilan University, offer a window into the Torah tools of the future.
Chaim Saiman comments on the nature of Simhat Torah.
Elli Fischer examines the interplay between Talmudic Halakhah and Aggadah.
Howard Apfel reviews Sacred Training: A Halakhic Guidebook for Medical Students and Residents.
Nathaniel Helfgot outlines decision making in matters of halakhic policy and meta-halakhah.
Joshua Yuter considers rabbinic conceptions of justice in the age of #metoo.
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