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“It just shows that it’s such an important thing that Christians also want it,” says Karen Goode.
Rabbi Rachel Cowan and her husband Paul were vital in forging new paths for Jewish-American spiritual life.
Young Jewish people are finding innovative new ways to connect with their Judaism while being true to their values.
"Mikva the Musical: Music and Monologues from the Deep" uses theater to open up a sometimes taboo topic.
By RIVKAH LAMBERT ADLER
The report said that there are hundreds of thousands, perhaps even millions of people, who see themselves as Jewish or the descendants of Jews.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
No matter what language, place or era; the message of unconditional love enshrined in the Sufi philosophy doesn’t change.
By PRAKRUTI MANIAR / HINDUSTAN TIMES
The US envoy to Israel was present among tens of thousands at the priestly blessing at the Western Wall for the Holiday of Sukkot on Sunday.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
Rabbi Yoel Bin-Nun talks to the ‘Post’ about Israel and its place in the world.
By JEREMY SHARON
I asked people where to find the yeshiva? The talmud torah? Where can I find the kids? They told me I would find them in the disco.”
By LAURA BEN-DAVID
Every year, rabbis struggle with finding the right words to connect with their followers during this time of the year and to keep it fresh.
By RACHEL BERNSTEIN
Rabbi Shlomo Riskin conveys a powerful message in a Rosh Hashanah interview.
By MATAN DANSKER
Collective guilt and the roots of Israeli solidarity.
By YEDIDIA STERN
Long before Heschel, Jewish tradition suggested that humankind could take lessons in praising the Creator from the animals, vegetables and minerals.
By DEBRA BAND
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