Thursday, July 28, 2016 Tammuz 22, 5776
By:
By Rabbi Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz
People see Chanukah as the clash between two cultures: the scientific-philosophical Hellenistic world, and Judaism, which revolves around spirituality and holiness.
Comment0
By:
By Rabbis Marla Hornsten and Ari Lorge
As mass shootings continue throughout the country, are thoughts and prayers enough?
Comment0
By:
By Jordana Horn
Why did Facebook present the flag filter as an option on behalf of the French, yet it does not do so on behalf of the citizens of other countries plagued by Islamic terror — including, not so hypothetically, Israel?
Comment1
By:
By Jon Erlbaum
With all of the complaints people have about the United States, which is certainly not perfect, America’s citizens — Jews and non-Jews alike — have a tremendous amount to be thankful for in this country.
Comment0
By:
JTA
Anyone in the nonprofit sector can already anticipate what their email inbox and social media feeds will look like on Tuesday: solicitation after solicitation from dozens if not hundreds of nonprofits.
Comment0
Advertisement
Advertisement

Advertisement