Wednesday, July 29, 2015 Av 13, 5775
By:
Sara Greenberg
A granddaughter reflects on the last lesson she learned from her grandmother — the true meaning of Dayenu.
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By:
Edgar M. Bronfman
Acknowledging a Judaism that embraces doubt is one way in which we, like our forefather Abraham, can expand our tent.
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By:
Shai Frankli
It’s nice that a prominent columnist gave Orthodox Jews some positive press after so many scandals. But his praise is misguided at best and agenda-driven at worst.
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By:
Philip A. Cunningham
Pope Francis has long been known for his warm realtionship with the Jews and is expected to continue his interfaith outreach efforts as part of his papacy.
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By:
Stuart Butler, Ph.D.
A reasonable case can be made for sometimes “standing by” rather than believing society has an open-ended obligation to provide unlimited health care, writes Dr. Stuart Butler of the Heritage Foundation.
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