Jewish Anarchism: The Forgotten Legacy of Orthodoxy’s Radical Politics
In an enlightening new essay, Ilan Fuchs reviews Hayyim Rothman's recent book, No Masters but God: Portraits of Anarcho-Judaism, and uncovers what some of the most radical 19th century Orthodox political thinkers had to say about religion, statehood, and Jewish utopia.
Apres Moi: Religious Jews after Trump
What is President Trump’s legacy for Orthodox Jews? Shalom Carmy, taking stock of the past four years, considers religious liberty, Israel policy, and the bitter polarization that dominates American politics
Modern Orthodoxy is a Swing State
As this election season draws to a close at last, Zev Eleff crunches the numbers on the Modern Orthodox vote—a demographic whose politics are not so easy to pin down.
Homes Without Hate and Praying With Sinners
Jerome Marcus comments on the connection between davening with sinners and playing politics.
On the Other Hand: An Opposing View on Politics from...
Eliezer Finkelman offers his thoughts on politicizing from the pulpit.
Advocacy of the Faithful: A View from Washington, DC
Nathan Diament of the Orthodox Union Advocacy Center on the political advocacy of faith communities today.
Politics from the Pulpit: An Epistemological Reflection
Politics from the Pulpit Redux: Don Seeman builds on Jason Herman.
Of Sages, Prophets, and Politics from the Pulpit
Jason Herman examines whether or not rabbis should talk politics in shul.
Our Current Political Station: Might This Be Modern Orthodoxy’s Moment?
Chaim Saiman suggests that, in the midst of a political transition, we may be on the brink of a "Modern Orthodox Moment."