The Children’s Book About R. Aharon Lichtenstein That Belongs on Your...
Tzvi Sinensky reviews the new volume about R. Aharon Lichtenstein from Divrei Shir’s Hebrew-language “Gedolei ha-Umah le-Yaldei Yisrael,” explaining why it is a must-read for adults and children alike.
Serpentine Psychology and Booming Babel
Shalom Carmy argues why Torah u-Madda is more relevant now than it ever was.
Exhuming the Rav from his Procrustean Sarcophagus: The “Mesorah Speech” Reconsidered
Moshe Simon-Shoshan sheds new light on the Rav's approach to pluralism and academic Jewish studies.
The Pandemic Theology Dilemma: Preserve Normalcy or Embrace Crisis?
Shlomo Zuckier explores competing theological trends underlying rabbinic guidance at the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic.
A Letter about Covid
Rav Mosheh Lichtenstein shares his reflections on the theological implications of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Pandemic, Partnership, and Progress: A Vision for a post-Covid Modern Orthodoxy
Alan Jotkowitz explores how frequently overlooked passages in the writings of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, Rabbi Aharon Lichtenstein, and Rabbi Jonathan Sacks can help pave a path forward for us on theological issues in a post-Covid world.
Headlines: A Common Sense Haredi Approach
Shlomo Zuckier reviews Headlines, the most famous Jewish Podcast you've never heard of.
Avraham’s Test of Loyalty
Mark Glass puts the Akeidah in conversation with the surrounding narratives of the book of Genesis.
Leavings of Sin: Rav Aharon Lichtenstein on Teshuvah
Shlomo Zuckier reviews Rav Aharon Lichtenstein's just-released book on teshuvah
The Source of Faith is Faith Alone
Rabbi David Wolkenfeld explores the meaning of faith in this review of Rabbi Chaim Jachter's Reason to Believe