Yehoshua November's poem movingly and thoughtfully portrays the challenges and pleasures of Chassidic life.
Aton Holzer explores the inscrutability of the Mitzvah of Shofar.
In unpacking the meaning of a tricky verse from Eikhah that we say as part of the Shofar service on Rosh Hashanah, Mitchell First introduces us to the literary principle called hendiadys, which can help us understand various phrases throughout Tanakh.
Two readers respond to Michael Broyde's recent article on time-bound commandments. Leah Sarna critiques Broyde's omission of female scholarship, and Avi Siegal argues that Broyde's unifying theory skews the data.
Michael Broyde offers a new theory for why halakhah obligates women in some time-bound positive mitzvot and exempts them from others.
Akiva Mattenson writes on the relationship between God and Judgement.